WHO (World Health Organization) chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said in a press conference that he had been subjected to racist comments and death threats for months and that these attacks came from Taiwan.
A 35-year-old man in Washington state was the first person in the US to be diagnosed with the coronavirus on Jan 20. Since then 2 months had passed, not much has been done by its leader and the US is now confronted by a health emergency.
Thanks to social media, numerous reports, statistics, photos, videos, rumors, and wisecrack memes of the coronavirus pandemic have been unfolding around the world.
The path toward truth is full of obstacles
As China grapples with the coronavirus, the economic damage is mounting around the world.
In China, the iPhone and electronics manufacturer Foxconn even promised its employees a range of perks if they would just do one thing: brave the coronavirus and come back to work. (Fortune)
The coronavirus outbreak has set off a run on protective masks across China and in other major cities.
Taiwan is about to have a presidential election in two days. Voters in Taiwan are widely expected to deliver a victory on Saturday (1.11) to President Tsai Ing-wen, in defiance of China’s pressure campaign against the island democracy.