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  • China summarizes health achievements at WHA


    China has been taking concrete action to boost equitable and accessible healthcare in developing countries, said Cao Xuetao, vice-minister of the National Health Commission, during a meeting of the 76th World Health Assembly on Monday.

  • Large-scale COVID reemergence 'unlikely' despite uptick in cases


    The risk of a new large-scale COVID-19 outbreak in China in the short term is minimal, despite a recent uptick in new infections, according to health experts.

  • China sees low possibility of large-scale COVID-19 epidemic outbreak: health expert


    China sees low possibility of a large-scale COVID-19 epidemic outbreak in the country at the current stage, according to an expert with the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention (China CDC).

  • Expert: COVID-19 widespread, vaccines needed fast


    A prominent Chinese respiratory disease expert, Zhong Nanshan, said at a medical symposium on Monday that between 20 and 25 percent of fever patients treated in clinics in Guangzhou, Guangdong province, were actually infected with some variant of COVID-19.

  • Supervision tightened on cosmetic medicine


    Eleven central departments including the State Administration for Market Regulation, the National Health Commission and the Ministry of Public Security recently released a guideline to strengthen supervision of the medical cosmetology industry to regulate the industry's development and protect consumers' rights.

  • NMPA holds meeting to review vaccine regulation and quality management system


    On May 4, the National Medical Products Administration (NMPA) held a review meeting on the vaccine regulation and quality management system in 2022, to summarize the construction and operation of the system, evaluate its appropriateness, effectiveness and adequacy, and make arrangements for the key tasks in the next stage.

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