- China: Additional Zika Case on Mainland
- He arrived at Hong Kong International Airport on February 29 and shortly later on the same day travelled to Enping, Jiangmen, Guangdong, by bus via Shenzhen Bay Control Point. He remained afebrile during his travel. He developed a rash on March 9 and ...
- China Zika count up to a dozen imported cases
- They subsequently traveled to Enping, Jiangmen, Guangdong and developed fever and rash on March 5. They are now hospitalized for isolation and management and are in a stable condition. Zika virus infection is a mosquito-borne disease caused by Zika ...
- Ninth Chinese Zika sufferer in isolation
- That he had Zika was confirmed by Guangdong's Health and Family Planning Commission, and he remained in isolation at a hospital in Enping yesterday. The World Health Organization has listed Zika as an international public health emergency due to a link ...
- First Production Commences at CNOOC's Enping 24-2 Oil Field Offshore China
- China's largest offshore crude oil and natural gas producer CNOOC Limited announced Monday that it has commenced first production at the company-operated Enping 24-2 oil field in the Pearl River Mouth Basin, South China Sea offshore China. CNOOC ...
- China registra otros dos nuevos casos de zika
- Xinhua | China.- La provincia sureña china de Guangdong ha registrado dos nuevos casos de virus del zika hoy lunes, lo que eleva a 12 el número total de infecciones foráneas en la parte continental de China.
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