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  9 preparedness and response, to support member states in maintaining health services, while accelerating the research and eventual access to diagnostics, therapeutics, and vaccines.The committee advised countries to support these research efforts, including through funding, and to join in efforts to allow equitable allocation of diagnostics, therapeutics and vaccines by engaging in the Access to C  Special: Battle Against Novel CoronavirusWanda Film Holding Co., Ltd. on Monday reported a notable net loss in the first half of the year as COVID-19 forced China's biggest movie theater operator to shut its theaters and delay movie releases.The company suffered a net loss of around 1.57 billion yuan (225 million U.S. dollars) in H1, a 398.81 percent decline from the previous year, compared with a profit of 524 million yuan during the same period last year.The revenue saw a year-on-year decrease of 73.93 percent at 1.97 billion yuan.During the reporting period, box office revenues accounted for 27.02 percent of the total revenue, with theater box office revenues reaching 580 million yuan in H1, a year-on-year decrease of 88.56 percent.Only revenue of TV drama production and distribution saw an increase in H1 among all businesses, with a total income of 520 million yuan, indicating an increase of 455.3 percent year-on-year.Wanda Film said more than 600 of its domestic cinemas had been closed since January 23, and its overseas cinemas had also suspended operations at the end of March. According to the company's 2019 annual report, most of its 53 overseas cinemas are located in Australia and New Zealand.The production of some of its films has also been delayed. Detective Chinatown 3, a film whose top investor is Wanda Film, was originally expected to be shown in cinemas in January during the Lunar New Year but has yet to be released.In order to further reduce operating costs, in the first half of the year Wanda Films has shut down 17 domestic movie studios that shown poor efficiency. Although theater operating costs declined by 59.74 percent from a year earlier during the reporting period, the company is still responsible for employee salaries and needs to pay rent for empty theaters.Wanda Cinema was planning to build 50 to 70 new cinemas by the end of this year, and adjust according to changes in the epidemic situation, aiming to shrug off the crippling effects of the coronavirus pandemic on its business.By 10:10 a.m. BJT, the shares of Wanda Film dropped by 1.15 percent to close at 18 yuan a piece on Tuesday.Data from Maoyan Entertainment, an internet entertainment service provider in China, showed that China's box office hit a record high of 64.27 billion yuan, the world second-largest after the United States in 2019.Cinemas in most parts of the Chinese mainland reopened on July 20, after months-long closures amid the COVID-19 epidemic as the China Film Administration allowed cinemas in low-risk areas to resume operation with effective epidemic prevention measures in place.The world's second-largest film market seems to have passed its darkest moment. More than 5,800 theaters across the country have resumed screenings by July 28, accounting for about 53.7 percent of the nationwide total, with some 416,600 screenings arranged during the reopening week, according to Lighthouse, a box office tracker and data platform.With the rapidly increasing number of viewers, the single-day total box office hit 35.2 million yuan by July 26, roughly 10 times the figure on day one, according to a report released by Maoyan, a Chinese online ticketing platform.Special: Battle Against Novel CoronavirusWanda Film Holding Co., Ltd. on Monday reported a notable net loss in the first half of the year as COVID-19 forced China's biggest movie theater operator to shut its theaters and delay movie releases.The company suffered a net loss of around 1.57 billion yuan (225 million U.S. dollars) in H1, a 398.81 percent decline from the previous year, compared with a

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stability," he added.In the meantime, China will firmly defend its sovereignty, security and development interests, because this is a legitimate right inherent in China being an independent sovereign state, Wang stressed.The United States should honor the principle of sovereign equality enshrined in the UN Charter, learn how to get along with different systems and civilizations and adapt itself to如下图

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  . internal affairs. Likewise, the United States must abandon its fantasy of remodeling China to U.S. needs. It must stop its meddling in China's internal affairs, and stop its irrational cracking down on China's legitimate rights and interests, he said.Second, keep the channels open for candid dialogue. Dialogue is the prerequisite for addressing problems, and without dialogue, problems will only

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  Special: Battle Against Novel CoronavirusHealth workers in Wuhan carry out physical examinations for employees at a company who return to work on April 9, 2020. (Photo by Zhou Guoqiang/for chinadaily.com.cn)China is gearing up for a serious battle against the novel coronavirus in the fall and winter by building a more expansive and agile network of nucleic acid testing resources, officials said on Wednesday.The country's current testing capacity is sufficient to cope with sporadic clusters of infections and meet demand for implementing regular disease control measures. More efforts will then be devoted to stepping up regional testing capabilities, increasing the number of mobile laboratories and accelerating development of rapid testing kits, according to officials.The persistent drive to ramp up testing was recently stressed by the central government as health experts urged caution against potential COVID-19 outbreaks in fall and winter months, which could be worsened by the circulation of other contagious viruses-such as the seasonal flu-and gradual reopening of borders while the virus continues to rage globally."We should conduct a thorough evaluation of the transmission risk in fall and winter and step up preparedness in advance. It is better to have excessive stockpiles than face shortages," said Wang Jiangping, vice-minister of the Ministry of Industry and Technology Information.Wang said local governments should make sure that all tertiary hospitals, infectious disease hospitals, and disease control and prevention centers have the ability to carry out tests before the fall while taking proper biosafety precautions. Each county will also need to have at least one medical institution capable of running tests."Meanwhile, concerted efforts will be dedicated to strengthening the infrastructure of mobile testing facilities, so that they can be promptly mobilized during the initial stage of a fresh outbreak and join forces with local testing institutions," he said during a news conference held by the State Council's Information Office.Jiao Yahui, an official in the National Health Commission's medical administration and supervision department, said the commission plans to construct a number of public testing facilities across the country equipped with both stationary and mobile equipment."When a new cluster emerges, these public testing facilities and third-party testing institutions will be quickly deployed to areas that cannot catch up with demand and help complete mass testing in a short span," she said.Jiao added there will be a database consolidating information on the layout of testing institutions and laboratory workers, so they can be put in place to facilitate the deployment of resources at times of emergency.Containing the spreadFast and widespread testing is considered vital to curtailing the spread of the virus globally. In China, several rounds of mass testing have been conducted and played a significant role in swiftly identifying and managing infected patients and cutting the transmission route, according to officials.That includes the citywide testing blitz launched in Wuhan, Hubei province-the hardest-hit city in China-in May, and the mass campaign covering 10 million residents in Beijing, as well as the ongoing screening missions in the Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region and Liaoning province, which are both dealing with regional outbreaks.Bolstering the wide screening is a fast expansion of domestic testing capacities in China. Official data show that the country had extended its testing capacity from about 1.2 million tests per day in early March to 4.8 million per day as of late July. There are now over 4,900 medical institutions certified to run tests and more than 38,000 test technicians.Wang, vice-minister of the ministry, said China is able to produce as much as 46 million doses of testing reagents and over 1,200 reagent analysis units in a week, far exceeding current demands.The precision and efficiency of testing has also markedly improved, said Bao Xianhua, head of the Ministry of Science and Technology's department of research commercialization and regional innovation.With the approach of colder months, Bao said stronger focus has been given to creating rapid testing products that can deliver results within 30 minutes. "We have expedited the development of several such products and will strive to complete research and market approval before this fall and winter," he said.Special: Battle Against Novel CoronavirusHealth workers in Wuhan carry out physical examinations for employees at a company who return to work on April 9, 2020. (Photo by Zhou Guoqiang/for chinadaily.com.cn)China is gearing up for a serious battle against the novel coronavirus in the fall and winter by building a more expansive and agile network of nucleic acid testing resources, officials said on

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