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The Chinese government has launched a 100-day crackdown on illegal fishing activities along the Yangtze River, with a national campaign targeting such practices well underway, the Ministry of Public Security (MPS) announced on Monday.Authorities have called for efforts to detect organized fishing crimes including illegal group fishing, transportation and distribution, according to a circular jointly issued by the MPS and the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs.They will also crack down on unregistered boats and the trade of illicit fishing tackle, according to the circular.Authorities will clamp down on underground points of sale and illegal fishing tool workshops. The trade of illegal fishing gains will also be targeted to clean up the market.A three-year campaign was launched by the two ministries in June to combat illegal fishing along the country's longest river.Chinese police have cracked 3,978 criminal cases related to illegal fishing since the campaign began. It has led to the seizures of 1,674 fishing boats, over 28,000 pieces of fishing equipment and 100,600 kg of fish.The Chinese government has launched a 100-day crackdown on illegal fishing activities along the Yangtze River, with a national campaign targeting such practices well underway, the Ministry of Public Security (MPS) announced on Monday.Authorities have called for efforts to detect organized fishing crimes including illegal group fishing, transportation and distribution, according to a circular joint

  The Chinese government has launched a 100-day crackdown on illegal fishing activities along the Yangtze River, with a national campaign targeting such practices well underway, the Ministry of Public Security (MPS) announced on Monday.Authorities have called for efforts to detect organized fishing crimes including illegal group fishing, transportation and distribution, according to a circular jointly issued by the MPS and the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs.They will also crack down on unregistered boats and the trade of illicit fishing tackle, according to the circular.Authorities will clamp down on underground points of sale and illegal fishing tool workshops. The trade of illegal fishing gains will also be targeted to clean up the market.A three-year campaign was launched by the two ministries in June to combat illegal fishing along the country's longest river.Chinese police have cracked 3,978 criminal cases related to illegal fishing since the campaign began. It has led to the seizures of 1,674 fishing boats, over 28,000 pieces of fishing equipment and 100,600 kg of fish.The Chinese government has launched a 100-day crackdown on illegal fishing activities along the Yangtze River, with a national campaign targeting such practices well underway, the Ministry of Public Security (MPS) announced on Monday.Authorities have called for efforts to detect organized fishing crimes including illegal group fishing, transportation and distribution, according to a circular joint  s.The new State of Alarm will not, however, impose a strict lockdown as the one introduced on March 14, and Spain's borders will also remain open.A State of Alarm is the first of three emergency levels a Spanish government can apply under exceptional circumstances, with the others being "A State of Exception" and "Martial Law."A State of Alarm grants the government special powers to limit the move

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  Special: Battle Against Novel CoronavirusSuspicions about the real source of COVID-19 are rising in China, with more cases being reported in which the live virus has been found on the packaging of imported frozen food. Such cases are believed to be the primary suspects in infecting cold-chain industry workers in Beijing and Qingdao, East China's Shandong Province, later leading to local outbreaks. It is unclear if this was the case in Wuhan, Central China's Hubei Province, earlier this year.Chinese inspections have detected COVID-19 on the packaging of frozen food, indicating that live coronavirus can be imported through the cold chain and infect food industry workers in the sector who do not have effective protection, read guidelines on COVID-19 prevention in the production and operation of cold-chain food, issued by the National Health Commission (NHC) on Tuesday.The newly suspected transmission route of the virus has sparked discussion on the unexplained Wuhan outbreak. Some experts said it is possible that the source of the virus in Wuhan's Huanan seafood market was also linked to the cold-chain industry, although there is not yet any evidence to point to that.Others said that it was not possible that transmission through imported frozen food could result in such large infection numbers in Wuhan.If a person in the cold-chain food industry is infected with COVID-19, the virus may contaminate food surfaces and packaging, and even spread further, read the NHC guideline.The guideline offered advice on COVID-19 prevention regarding the entire the cold-chain industry, including production, loading, transportation, storage and selling. Recommendations for emergency response when suspected cases and positive samples are detected are also involved.A number of unloading workers involved in the cold-chain food industry have been found to be infected with COVID-19, suggesting that besides general personal hygiene requirements, loading and unloading workers should wear protective garments, use masks and gloves, and even wear goggles.The deputy mayor of Qingdao said in a press briefing that sufficient evidence has been found to show that coronavirus could stay alive for long periods under freezing conditions and infect people from goods.Yang Zhanqiu, deputy director of the pathogen biology department at Wuhan University, told the Global Times that it's possible that imported seafood caused the Wuhan outbreak, assuming that imported seafood products were confirmed to be sold at the Huanan seafood market."We have not found an infection chain showing that the virus passed from bats to humans, and more research and investigation work should be done to trace the infection chain involving other animals and aquatic life," said Yang.In contrast, Jin Dongyan, a biomedical professor at the University of Hong Kong, told the Global Times on Wednesday that the outbreaks linked to the cold-chain industry have not resulted in large-scale outbreaks so far.The viral load on food packaging was relatively low and would probably not result in infections of large numbers of people, said Jin.As of September 15, based on statistics from the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 24 provincial-level regions in China had reported 3 million test results of samples from the frozen food industry. Only 22 of the samples from food and its packages were found to have coronavirus, and they all had low viral loads."If we assume imported frozen food packages caused the Wuhan outbreak in December 2019, then there has to be evidence of the COVID-19 outbreak in countries or regions where we imported the contaminated food from at that time. The viral sequences of the countries' outbreaks should share many similarities with the sequences in the Wuhan outbreak," Jin said, noting that so far, there's no evidence pointing to that.Wu Zunyou, the chief epidemiologist at the CDC, told media that early investigation showed COVID-19 cases were mainly found among seafood vendors in the Huanan seafood market."We still need scientific research before jumping to conclusions," he told the official newspaper of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Commission for Discipline Inspection (CCDI) last week.Special: Battle Against Novel CoronavirusSuspicions about the real source of COVID-19 are rising in China, with more cases being reported in which the live virus has been found on the packaging of imported frozen food. Such cases are believed to be the primary suspects in infecting cold-chain industry workers in Beijing and Qingdao, East China's Shandong Province, later leading to local outbreaks.

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A Chinese mainland spokesperson on Thursday urged Taiwan authorities to draw lessons from their misdiagnosis of COVID-19 cases and uphold a rigorous scientific attitude and professionalism in epidemic prevention and control.People's lives and health are not to be played with, and the diagnosis of COVID-19 cases should not become a tool for political manipulation, said Zhu Fenglian, a spokesperson for the Taiwan Affairs Office of the State Council, in response to a media question about a mistake by Taiwan health authorities on the COVID-19 test of a Taiwan businessman who returned to the island from the mainland.Taiwan's epidemic monitoring agency admitted Wednesday that the businessman was diagnosed with COVID-19 by mistake. The testing lab had mixed up his sample with another Taiwan resident who returned from France the same day."This is not the first time that Taiwan authorities have had problems in the diagnosis of COVID-19 cases," Zhu said, adding Taiwan authorities owe the Taiwan businessman an apology.Taiwan's epidemic monitoring authority declared a Taiwan resident, who returned from Wuhan on Feb. 3, a confirmed case earlier this year. The incident triggered speculations and the spread of rumors in Taiwan as well as attacks on the mainland's epidemic response efforts.It also became an excuse for Taiwan's Democratic Progressive Party authority to obstruct the return of Taiwan compatriots from virus-hit Hubei Province at that time, Zhu added, noting that the Taiwan resident, however, was neither informed of the diagnosis immediately nor arranged to receive any medical treatment.The latest mistake on the COVID-19 test not only beset and harmed the Taiwan businessman, who returned to the island from Kunshan City, Jiangsu Province, but also cost Kunshan a lot of manpower and material resources to carry out 2,000 nucleic acid tests and environmental disinfection overnight, according to the spokesperson.Nearly half a month after Kunshan announced that its nucleic acid test results of relevant people were all negative, Taiwan's epidemic monitoring agency finally admitted that the businessman had been mistakenly diagnosed, she said.A Chinese mainland spokesperson on Thursday urged Taiwan authorities to draw lessons from their misdiagnosis of COVID-19 cases and uphold a rigorous scientific attitude and professionalism in epidemic prevention and control.People's lives and health are not to be played with, and the diagnosis of COVID-19 cases should not become a tool for political manipulation, said Zhu Fenglian, a spokesperson

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