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Health chiefs have called for their ban while Paul McCartney branded them 'medieval'. But here's what many of us misunderstand about wet markets and their link to COVID-19.
As the economic fallout from COVID-19 in China worsens, many Chinese citizens are reviewing their spending habits, with many vowing to cut back on buying 'unnecessary' products.
The coronavirus apps assess the public health risk of individuals based on their ID number, address, travel history, and self-reported health status.
The industrial internet, focusing primarily on business and industry, has worked to protect society’s normal operation during China's COVID-19 outbreak.
We are in the thick of a pandemic - but one day, it will end. Belgian virologist Guido Vanham explores how that might happen - and what are the factors at play.
China held a national moment of silence to honor victims of the novel coronavirus on 4 March. It coincided with Qingming Festival when people traditionally visit their ancestors' graves.
China's business activity has slowed dramatically as coronavirus spread. The effects on the its economy could foreshadow what the rest of the world can expect.
These satellite images show how much the lights in major Chinese cities - and, therefore, demand for electricity - have dimmed as a result of COVID-19.
China is sending coronavirus-related aid abroad in a display of soft power that could hasten a tipping of geopolitical scales in its favor, experts argue.
Until we have a vaccine, lockdowns could be only way to reduce the spread, a study finds.
As the number of Chinese coronavirus cases tumble to only imported cases, workers are returning to their businesses and young people to schools. So how have things changed?
China has reported no new local transmissions of the COVID-19 coronavirus. Authorities believe the present risk comes from a second wave of infections arriving from aboard.
Whilst the virus is forcing shops to close across Europe and America, China is finally reopening businesses after a long few months of quarantine.
When China jump-starts its economy after containing the coronavirus, it must do so without deploying capital into stranded coal power investments. Here's why.
Medical expertise, masks and protective suits have been flown in to help tackle rising patient numbers.