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Who calls for more China Covid-19 data after death tally released

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Rajeshchandra Devjee
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Rajeshchandra Devjee is the Founder and President of the Brand SAIndia, a print publication that was launched in South Africa in 2001 with a strong logistics distribution to 3500 magazine retailers and FMCG stores nationwide. The growth of the brand in its later years succumbed to a slow decline in print sales due to the inception of the 4th industrial revolution. To this day the brand has grown in leaps and bounds thanks to the advent of social media platforms and mobile app technology. SAIndia is now available on the internet and mobile platforms in 177 countries and growing at a phenomenal rate, acquiring an audience from all walks of life whose interests range from politics to fashion and other genres.

The World Health Organization (WHO) will share more detailed information on the coronavirus situation with China after Beijing reported nearly 60,000 Covid-19-related deaths in the country since early December I asked for
WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus reiterated in a meeting with Dr. Ma Xiaowei, director of the National Health Commission, stressed the importance of China’s deeper cooperation and transparency.

Beijing previously reported that BA.5.2 and BF.7 Omicron sublines are now in circulation in the country, but the WHO has provided a more detailed breakdown of Covid-19 data from China with additional arrays. I asked for information about Chinese officials who reported on Saturday that there were a total of 59,938 Covid-19-related deaths in hospitals across the country between December 8 and last Thursday. Global health officials have expressed concern over the lack of timely information sharing in China as some countries impose restrictions on Chinese travelers.

The WHO said it is analyzing the latest information and the overall epidemiology situation in China, which is experiencing a rapid and intense wave of infections with a higher clinical impact on older people and those with underlying conditions. The outbreaks are similar to those in other countries, with increased pressure on health services. China will continue to support the role of the WHO in pooling international efforts to fight the virus, the National Health Commission cited Dr Ma as saying in a statement. BLOOMBERG

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