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      China reported that COVID-19 outbroke in Wuhan, Hubei Province in January and confrimed the possibility of human-to-human transmission on January 20th. In order to curb the spread of COVID-19, a series of measures have been taken: on January 23rd, Wuhan, the center of the outbreak, was locked down; in about two weeks, two hospitals with 2600 beds have been built to receive and treat more patients in Wuhan. Now, nearly 30,000 medical staff across China are combatting COVID-19 in Hubei Province, while experts of WHO has arrived in China to fight against the virus with Chinese doctors.

      The battle is coming to a key period...

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      Lucia Pasqualini

      Consul General of Italy in Guangzhou

      Several activities have been held to combat discrimination in Italy, in support of the Chinese people. On February 6th Italian President Sergio Mattarella paid a visit to a primary school in Rome which has many Chinese students, and Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte also said discriminatory remarks or deeds against China because of the epidemic are foolish.

      I am staying here (Guangzhou, Guangdong Province), and Ifeel safe and confident that China will contain the virus. ”

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      Martin Alvez

      Consul General of Urguay in Guangzhou

      China is making a huge effort to cooperate with the World Health Organization (WHO) and has been giving the public as much information as possible amidst this fight against the coronavirus.

      Locking down a city is not easy. I would like to express my deepest admiration for the people in Hubei Province and especially in Wuhan. They have taken a big responsibility to control the spread of the virus and help the rest of the world.”

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      Khalil Shirgholami

      Consul General of Iran in Guangzhou

      To help China combat the coronavirus, Iran donated more than 3 million face masks and provided some medical equipment from the Iranian market.

      China's police are quite transparent and they have adopted a very responsible approach to stop the spread of the coronavirus.”

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      Kurtulus Aykan

      Consul General of Turkey in Guangzhou

      Being one of the first countries to support China, Turkey sent 1000 biohazard suits, 93,500 filtered masks and 1000 disposable protective coveralls to Wuhan on January 31st soon after the outbreak. The Consul General indicated that this is the work of the Turkish government, Turkish Embassy in China and many different NGOs.

      Disasters remind us that there is not a single country and there is no 'you' or 'I' but only 'us' in the face of a common threat to humanity.”

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      Teferi Melesse Desta

      Consul General of Ethiopia in Guangzhou

      What China has done was beyond the requirements of the WHO and has set a high standard. These moves have contributed to the general safety and health of the global community, not only the Chinese people.

      Clobal restrictions were not as fast or severe when the Ebola, MERS and H1N1 crises hit. This is not fair and we think this is a double standard. ”

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