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Members of a medical team assisting the Myanmar government's efforts in fight against COVID-19 pose for a photo before departure at the Kunming Changshui International Airport in Kunming, southwest China's Yunnan Province, April 8, 2020. The Chinese government has sent a team of medical experts to Myanmar to help the country cope with the COVID-19 epidemic, Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian announced Wednesday. The team, organized by the National Health Commission, consists of 12 experts selected by the health commission of Yunnan Province. The team left for Myanmar earlier in the day, Zhao said. (Photo by Chen Xinbo/Xinhua)Members of a medical team assisting the Myanmar government's efforts in fight against COVID-19 board the plane before departure at the Kunming Changshui International Airport in Kunming, southwest China's Yunnan Province, April 8, 2020. The Chinese government has sent a team of medical experts to Myanmar to help the country cope with the COVID-19 epidemic, Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian announced Wednesday. The team, organized by the National Health Commission, consists of 12 experts selected by the health commission of Yunnan Province. The team left for Myanmar earlier in the day, Zhao said. (Photo by Chen Xinbo/Xinhua)

Members of a medical team assisting the Myanmar government's efforts in fight against COVID-19 board the plane before departure at the Kunming Changshui International Airport in Kunming, southwest China's Yunnan Province, April 8, 2020. The Chinese government has sent a team of medical experts to Myanmar to help the country cope with the COVID-19 epidemic, Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian announced Wednesday. The team, organized by the National Health Commission, consists of 12 experts selected by the health commission of Yunnan Province. The team left for Myanmar earlier in the day, Zhao said. (Photo by Chen Xinbo/Xinhua)Members of a medical team assisting the Myanmar government's efforts in fight against COVID-19 prepare to depart at the Kunming Changshui International Airport in Kunming, southwest China's Yunnan Province, April 8, 2020. The Chinese government has sent a team of medical experts to Myanmar to help the country cope with the COVID-19 epidemic, Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian announced Wednesday. The team, organized by the National Health Commission, consists of 12 experts selected by the health commission of Yunnan Province. The team left for Myanmar earlier in the day, Zhao said.The Chinese Embassy in the UK is helping to organize Chinese students who are seeking to return to China amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Passengers queue up for security checks before departing for Beijing, China, at London Heathrow Airport on March 28. Photo: Sun Wei/GTAccording to an embassy notice on Thursday, by midnight on Tuesday, the embassy had received a total of 425 applications on the registration platform for citizens needing to return to China urgently.

The notice advised that staying at home and avoiding unnecessary travel is the safest method of self-protection during the epidemic outbreak. However, school students aged 5-18 in boarding schools or living with elderly guardians who are unable to take care of them will be given priority in returning to China on the chartered flights. University students can also apply.

On April 2, the Chinese embassy and consulate in the UK assisted in organizing the return of 181 Chinese citizens, including students, to China.Additionally, hospitals are turning to robots to tirelessly rid room, halls and door handles of viruses and bacteria.

US firm Xenex has seen a surge in demand for its robots that disinfect rooms, according to director of media relations Melinda Hart.Newspaper headline: Robots might become heroes in global war on COVID-19

As deadly Cyclone Harold churns through the South Pacific, small island nations in its path are struggling to balance responses to the disaster with maintaining efforts to stop the spread of the coronavirus outbreak, officials warned on Wednesday.A bird is seen near a drying reservoir in Mt. Darwin, Zimbabwe, Oct. 11, 2019. Zimbabwe is facing severe food shortages due to a combination of drought and cyclone this year. Photo: Xinhua