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"There is a lot of uncertainty," Wang said, adding that no matter how difficult it was, returning home will help her get through it, with more support from family and friends in China.To curtail the rise in the number of imported coronavirus cases, China is limiting the number of international flights in and out of the country.
Starting from March 29, Chinese airlines were only allowed to run one route to each country, with no more than one flight per week for each route, according to a statement published on March 26 by the Civil Aviation Administration of China.The ticket is only the first step of a long journey back home, as there are several checks to go through and documents to fill in after the flight lands in China. Inbound passengers also have to go through a standard 14-day quarantine in designated hotels to ensure it is safe for them to go home.The pandemic has not only dealt a blow to international students, but also affected a large number of prospective students, with many English proficiency tests such as IELTS and TOEFL in China canceled.
Zhou Chenggang, CEO of Beijing New Oriental Education Technology Group, told the BBC that based on the company's current data, the number of people applying to study in the UK has dropped by at least 50 percent compared with the same period in 2019."The 14-day quarantine seemed to go quite quickly," Wang said, adding that she finally joined her family members after going through all the relevant procedures.
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Long maligned as job-stealers and aspiring overlords, robots are being increasingly relied on as fast, efficient, contagion-proof champions in the war against the deadly coronavirus.In New York, the epicenter of the US outbreak, the state's governor noted the new single-day high for viral deaths at 779, but offered an optimistic view for the weeks to come.
The head of the World Trade Organization, Roberto Azevedo, issued a dire warning, saying the economic fallout from the health emergency could be "the deepest economic recession or downturn of our lifetimes."Germany and France, the EU's two largest economies, are bracing for a painful hit.
Gross domestic product in export powerhouse Germany is expected to shrink by nearly 10 percent in the second quarter, the country's leading research institutes said.France is already in a technical recession, the Bank of France said. Its first-quarter performance was its worst since 1945.