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ents: -- The Wuhan-based Tongji Hospital affiliated to the Huazhong University of Science and Technology will provide 800 beds for severe cases of novel coronavirus infection. -- The possibility of the novel coronavirus transmission by contaminating agricult

ural products, such as



vegetables, meats and fruits, via droplets and contact transmission is low, said an expert with the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention. -- China's central bank will issue loans totaling 300 billion yuan (about 43 billion U.S. dollars) to poli

cy and commercial bank



s via its re-lending program Monday as part of measures to finance the control of the novel coronavirus outbreak. -- The National Development and Reform Commission has unveiled policies to aid small and micro firms to keep enough liquidity to tide over the e

pidemic via bond issua



nce. Capital raised via corporate bonds is allowed to pay back or swap project loans used for the prevention and control of the novel coronavirus outbreak. -- Wuhan authorities will use two days to finish testing all suspected cases of novel coronavirus infe

ction in the city. Wuh


an is the epicenter of the virus outbreak in central China's Hubei Province. -- Hubei authorities have issued 17 favorable policies to support the battle against the epidemic, including tax reductions, subsidies for medical staff working on the front lines and staff working overtim

e in medical manufacturing companies, vegetable growing companies, cooperatives, farmers, supermarkets and rural markets. -- Authorities on Sunday started to disinfect the city of Wuhan twice a day to beef up efforts in contai

ning the outbreak of the n