CDC of the United States updates the mask guide and recommends that the public wear N95 and kn95 masks
Beijing, Dec. 21 (Xinhua) – according to comprehensive Japanese media reports, there are still a large number of inventory problems for the “Abe masks” issued as a new crown countermeasure during the reign of former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. On the 21st, Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida said that 15% of the masks were found to be defective during product inspection. In addition, the cost of checking the quality of masks may exceed 2 billion yen (about 100 million yuan).
Beijing, October (26) comprehensive report, in the past four months, the United Kingdom conducted a huge epidemiological experiment: Although the daily infection rate is still high, the government has removed almost all COVID-19 restrictions. The British government believes that this is reasonable because the rapid introduction of vaccines weakens the link between infection and severe illness.
U.S. new crown pneumonia epidemic continues to worsen, school masks make it difficult to implement children’s cases rise
China News Service, August 25. According to a comprehensive report, recently, the outbreak in the United States has resumed, and many states have tightened the new crown epidemic prevention measures again, and Oregon has restarted the strictest outdoor mask order in the United States. Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, said on the 24th that the United States may contain the new crown epidemic in 2022, as long as most people are vaccinated.
Chinanews, August 18, according to Reuters, on August 17, local time, the Biden government confirmed that it plans to extend the requirement for passengers to wear masks on planes, trains and buses, and at airports and railway stations until 2022. January 18, in response to the continuing risk of the epidemic.
Chinanews, August 10, according to a report from the US Chinese network, on the 9th local time, the Second University District of Texas announced that students, faculty and staff are required to wear masks on campus at least after the start of the new school year. This action violated an executive order issued by Texas Governor Greg Abbott.