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Wuhan on Wednesday reopened after a 76-day lockdown, which enhanced the resolve of all countries to fight the virus. More and more people have found China's response effective, and China's experience is worth learning from. Any responsible country will firmly oppose the irrational practice of labeling the virus, Zhao said."There is no basis for accusing China's cover-up and lack of transparency," Zhao noted, adding that since COVID-19 broke out, China notified the WHO of the epidemic, shared the genome sequencing of the virus and carried out international cooperation, all at the earliest time possible, which had won positive comments from the international community.
The U.S. side has access to information and data on the epidemic from China, Zhao noted, adding that "As for whether the U.S. side has made full and effective use of the precious time and important information that China has won and whether it has taken timely measures to prevent and control the virus, I believe time will tell."Stressing "stigmatizing China is unpopular," Zhao said under the leadership of the Communist Party of China, great achievements have been made in China's fight against the epidemic. "We hope the American people can also overcome the epidemic as soon as possible and resist the blinkered approach of individual politicians who politicize the epidemic and stigmatize China to shift the blame."British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was on Thursday moved from intensive care back to the ward days after he was admitted to hospital with coronavirus infection.
A No. 10 spokesperson said the prime minister will receive close monitoring during the early phase of his recovery. "He is in extremely good spirits," the spokesperson said.Johnson was taken to hospital on Sunday, 10 days after testing positive for the coronavirus, and was moved to intensive care on Monday.
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Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Zhao Lijian on Thursday refuted comments that China exports the Chinese model to foreign countries by sending medical teams, saying China never asks anyone to copy its methods.So far, China has sent 12 teams of medical experts to 10 countries, which are Italy, Serbia, Cambodia, Pakistan, Iran, Iraq, Laos, Venezuela, the Philippines and Myanmar, to help them combat COVID-19, Zhao told a press briefing when answering a relevant question.
The Chinese experts shared their experience with local medical workers, helped them improve their ability in epidemic prevention, containment, diagnosis and treatment, boosted their confidence in jointly overcoming the pandemic, and their efforts have been well recognized by the governments and people of these countries, he added."China is making such efforts to reciprocate the goodwill we received earlier during the pandemic, to act on international humanitarianism and to implement the vision of a community with a shared future for mankind," Zhao said.
China will never stand aloof and shun away from our friends when they are in trouble, and we will never pick and choose nor attach any string when we offer a helping hand, the spokesperson said, adding that by working with the rest of the international community in this global war against the epidemic, China's goal is nothing but making concerted efforts and giving mutual assistance to tide over difficulties together.Noting that no country is immune to this global public health crisis, Zhao said that the international community needs solidarity and cooperation more than ever.