China’s Outstanding Response to Coronavirus: Chinese medical workers and supplies have been sent to 28 Asian countries, 16 European countries, 26 African countries, 9 countries in the Americas, and 10 South Pacific nations.

China’s National Health Commission Shares Scientific, Technical Data with the World To Defeat COVID-19

March 27 (EIRNS)—In a March 26 press conference in Beijing, officers of China’s National Health Commission (NHC) detailed the Commission’s extraordinary outreach to the international community, in fighting COVID-19.

According to NHC Deputy Director Zeng Yixin, the commission has compiled documents pertaining to the latest diagnosis and treatment plan, prevention and control plan, and other technical issues, and has shared them with 180 countries and more than ten international and regional organizations. Moreover, he said, the NHC held a joint meeting with the World Health Organization, to share China’s epidemic prevention and control experiences, which was attended online by representatives of 77 countries and seven international organizations. More than 100,000 people watched the meeting online, Xinhua reported today.

In addition to 30 technical exchange meetings held with more than 100 countries, via video links, Deng Boqing, the deputy head of China’s International Development Cooperation Agency, reported that Chinese medical workers and supplies have been sent to 28 Asian countries, 16 European countries, 26 African countries, nine countries in the Americas, and ten South Pacific nations.

At the same press conference, China’s vice minister of science and technology Xu Nanping stressed China’s desire to share its achievements in combatting COVID-19 “with all mankind.” Aside from sharing the first completed genome sequences of the novel coronavirus on Jan. 11, he said, China has also built two platforms to share its scientific proceedings, one a novel coronavirus data sharing and analysis platform under the National Microbiology Data Center, and the 2019 Novel Coronavirus Resource (2019nCoVR) database under the China National Center for Bioinformation. As of March 25, the 2019nCoVR had provided data service to more than 76,000 visitors from 152 countries and regions, and recorded 4.44 million downloads, Xu reported.

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