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China Praised By Germany For Transparency in Combating Virus
(Bloomberg) -- China is doing a better job and the world community is more prepared in dealing with the new coronavirus than they were during the 2002 to 2003 SARS episode, Germany's health minister said in an interview."There's a big difference to SARS. We have a much more transparent China," Jens Spahn told Bloomberg TV on Friday on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum in Davos. "The action of China is much more effective in the first days already."The World Health Organization on Thursday stopped short of calling the new SARS-like virus from central China a global health emergency.Chinese official have imposed travel restrictions on millions of people as Singapore reported a case of the new virus.Read More:WHO Says Coronavirus Remains Local Chinese Emergency for NowSingapore Reports Virus Case as China Limits Some TravelWuhan Virus Lockdown Casts Cloud Over Industry & Tech HubMapping the Outbreak of China's CoronavirusGlobal health authorities are also better prepared today, said Spahn."We learned a lot because of SARS. The WTO has reformed, developed permanent institutions of exchange," the 39-year-old former under-secretary of finance said. "We know what do. That's an important signal for people back home too."G20 health ministers have been rehearsing for emergencies since SARS and Ebola, he added."Our national health systems in Europe and in the U.S., by the way in many western countries -- we are able to deal with this. As soon as somebody is found with this infection, he'll be put in
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