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- Author: Li Hao
- Publication Date: 05-2020
- Content Type: Commentary and Analysis
- Institution: Japan Institute Of International Affairs (JIIA)
- Abstract: The author released a short paper in early March 2020 on China's reaction to the spread of novel coronavirus infections, but circumstances have since progressed to a new stage. A pandemic of historic proportions has broken out, and the spread of infections has been relentless even in the Western countries that initially looked upon China coolly. The numbers of infections and deaths in the US in particular have significantly surpassed those in China, making the US the most infected country in the world. At the same time, China continues to contain the spread of infections, and appears to be moving toward resuming economic activities. Nevertheless, there are numerous issues that still need to be addressed. This paper will briefly examine the novel coronavirus situation in China since March.
- Topic: Politics, Economy, COVID-19
- Political Geography: China, Asia, United States of America