[Epoch Times, June 27, 2021](Epoch Times reporters Xu Jian, Da Furuo, Yan Shujing report) According to statistics from Johns Hopkins University, as of Eastern Daylight Time Sunday (June 27) At 7:00 p.m., the total number of CCP virus (Wuhan pneumonia, COVID-19) cases worldwide exceeded 180 million (180,983,568) cases, and the death toll exceeded 3.92 million (3,920,751) people.
The following is the number of newly confirmed cases and deaths in a single day on June 26 (Saturday) (part of the data comes from worldometer):
7,152 confirmed cases and 142 deaths in the United States;
17,946 cases were confirmed in the UK and 23 people died;
488 cases were confirmed in Germany and 9 people died;
2,128 confirmed cases in France and 12 deaths;
50,040 confirmed cases and 1,258 deaths in India;
Brazil has 64,134 confirmed cases and 1,593 deaths;
21,312 confirmed cases in Russia and 610 deaths;
1,626 confirmed cases in Japan and 29 deaths;
South Korea has 614 confirmed cases and 1 death;
80 cases were confirmed in Taiwan and 13 people died.
South Africa announces new lockdown measures, curfews, closing schools and banning gatherings
South Africa’s President Cyril Ramaphosa announced that all gatherings and alcohol will be banned, schools will be closed, and curfews will be imposed to curb the spread of the Delta variant virus.
According to Reuters, South Africa’s adjusted level 4 alarm limits, including a curfew from 9 pm to 4 am, will last for 14 days.
In a national speech tonight, President Ramaphosa said that the rapid spread of the Delta variant virus is extremely serious, and the current containment measures are not enough to deal with the speed and scale of the virus infection.
Ramaphosa said the school will be closed from Wednesday.
Expert: Delta variant will spread to Europe
Oxford University Professor Peter Horby, chairman of the New and Emerging Respiratory Virus Threats Advisory Group in the UK, said that the Delta variants will be spread throughout Europe, and that “stronger border measures” may be possible. Delayed its spread in the UK.
Hobby said that the modeling of Alpha or Kent variants allows scientists to predict that it is “very easy to spread” and “very widely spread.”
He said: “The same model of the Delta variant shows that this is a more transmissible strain that will be very difficult to control, so I think unfortunately we will see it spread in Europe.”
When asked whether the spread of the Delta variant was due to insufficient border measures taken early in the summer, Professor Hobby said: “It is clear that the Delta variant began to spread in the UK because of the introduction from other countries. “
Prime Minister of Luxembourg Bettel is infected with the disease
According to a report by Luxembourg media RTL Today, Luxembourg Prime Minister Xavier Bettel tested positive for the CCP virus.
According to the website, Betel immediately self-quarantined after conducting a self-test this morning, followed by a PCR test, and will now be quarantined for 10 days while continuing to work remotely from home.
Bettel’s office said on Sunday that the prime minister tested positive for the CCP virus shortly after the EU summit and would self-quarantine for 10 days.
However, the statement stated that none of the other 26 EU leaders who attended the Brussels EU summit on Thursday and Friday were considered as contact cases.
According to Luxembourg’s regulations for controlling the spread of the virus, close contacts with Covid patients are defined as being within two meters (six feet) of them and spending more than 15 minutes with them without wearing a mask.
A spokeswoman for Betel stated that he complied with the above epidemic prevention rules during the summit.
“There is no head of state or government on the list of close contacts of the prime minister,” she added.
A statement from Bertel’s office stated that he has “mild symptoms” including fever and headache, but “he will continue to perform tasks and functions at home.”
According to reports, the 48-year-old Betel received the first dose of AstraZeneca on May 6 and will receive the second dose next Thursday.
This landlocked European country with approximately 600,000 inhabitants has recorded 70,600 Covid cases and 818 deaths.
Russia adds 20,538 confirmed cases and 599 deaths
Russia reported 20,538 new confirmed cases on Sunday (27th). So far, the total number of confirmed confirmed cases in official statistics since the beginning of the pandemic has reached 5,451,291.
The government task force stated that there were 599 deaths in the past 24 hours, bringing the total number of deaths across the country to 133,282.
The Federal Statistical Office of the Russian Federation conducted separate statistics, indicating that from April 2020 to April 2021, about 270,000 people died.
No new cases in the Romanian capital
Officials said that the Romanian capital Bucharest did not record any new cases on Sunday (27th).
Just a few months ago, the intensive care unit in Bucharest reached its maximum capacity, as the cumulative infection rate in 14 days exceeded 7 cases per 1,000 residents. Today, the city’s infection rate is only 0.05 cases per 1,000 residents, the same as in the whole country.
“Bucharest’s vaccination rate is the highest in the country,” said Prime Minister Florin. Florin Citu wrote online on Sunday. “Also in Bucharest, there has not been anyone infected with SARS-COV2 (Chinese Communist virus) in the past 24 hours.”
14,876 confirmed cases and 11 deaths in the UK
According to official data, the UK recorded 14,876 new infections on Sunday (27th), down from 18,270 the day before, and 11 new deaths were also recorded on Saturday, which was also down from the 23 cases reported on Saturday.
For a month, the number of single-day positive cases in the UK has been rising, but the rapid vaccination program seems to weaken the link between infection and death, and the single-day death toll has remained around 20 or less.
The data also showed that 84.1% of adults received the first dose of vaccine and 61.6% of adults received two doses.
British protesters call for complete unblocking: the show must go on
On Sunday (27th), hundreds of people in central London, England, danced to music and whistled to protest the government’s anti-epidemic measures. These restrictions have hit the entertainment industry, especially nightclubs.
After the reopening this month was forced to postpone, British Prime Minister Johnson hopes to lift the remaining restrictions on July 19.
But the group that organized the protest said that the blockade restrictions should be lifted immediately.
British media: Britain will announce the relaxation of final restrictions on July 19
The Guardian reported that it is expected that the new British Minister of Health, Sajid. Sajid Javid will confirm on Monday (28th) that the final anti-epidemic measures will be relaxed on July 19.
Javid will announce on Monday that Britain will have to wait three weeks before finally relaxing the restrictions.
Javid is expected to confirm in a statement issued by the House of Commons that the fourth step of relaxing the blockade will be carried out on July 19 (Monday), which is four weeks later than the original target of June 21.
Italy sees 782 confirmed cases and 14 deaths
Italy reported on Sunday (27th) that 782 new confirmed cases and 14 new deaths in the past 24 hours were lower than the 838 and 40 reported on Saturday.
The number of infected patients in the intensive care unit in France drops to 1,345
According to a Reuters report, France reported 1,345 Chinese virus patients in intensive care on Sunday (27th), a decrease of 4 from the report on Saturday, and updated the country’s total number of deaths from the infection to 84,512.
CCP threatens to withhold vaccine to force Ukraine to withdraw from Xinjiang Human Rights Statement
Two diplomats from Western countries told the Associated Press on Friday (June 25) that the CCP threatened Ukraine and asked it to withdraw from the statement supporting the investigation of the human rights situation in Xinjiang, or it would detain the Chinese-made COVID-19 vaccine shipped to Ukraine.
Canada took the lead in reading a statement at the Human Rights Council held in Geneva on June 22, urging the CCP to allow UN human rights officials to enter Xinjiang immediately to investigate reports of more than one million people being illegally detained, some of them People are accused of torture or forced labor. More than forty countries have joined this statement, including Ukraine.
Diplomats from two Western countries told the Associated Press that the Chinese authorities threatened Ukraine that unless Ukraine withdrew its support for this statement, Beijing would block at least 500,000 doses of COVID-19 vaccine that will be shipped to Ukraine. Thursday (June 24) was forced to withdraw from this statement supporting the Xinjiang investigation.
Ukraine has agreed to purchase 1.9 million doses of vaccines manufactured by Sinovac Biotech. In early May, Ukraine’s Minister of Health Maxim Stepanov said that Ukraine had received 1.2 million doses of vaccine.
The Associated Press stated that in the past, the CCP government has also pressured other countries in the Geneva diplomatic circle or other capitals to support the CCP’s statement or urge it not to support any statement criticizing, questioning or seeking to review China‘s human rights.
Diplomats said that these pressures on Ukraine marked Beijing’s recent escalation of resistance to outside criticism of its human rights record in order to reduce the international community’s attention to the CCP’s human rights issues. And this time, it used measures that might endanger the health and even lives of the people of other countries to put pressure on Ukraine.
A Western diplomat called this a sign of the CCP’s “naked” diplomacy. Another diplomat quoted “reports of great pressure on Kiev” and added, “Last night the (Ukraine) delegation told us that they need to withdraw.”
The situation may still change. According to the practice of the 47-member United Nations Human Rights Council, countries can add their names to statements or resolutions within two weeks after a regular meeting. The current three-and-a-half-week regular meeting started on Monday (June 21) and lasted until July 13.
The Canadian-led statement mentioned reports of torture, forced sterilization, sexual violence, and forced separation of children from their parents. The statement was initially supported by 41 countries, and now it is supported by 44 countries. Ukraine was the 45th country to briefly support the statement.
Britain, the United States and Australia counterattack the CCP against 3 new discoveries of the epidemic
Recently, global research on the traceability of the Chinese Communist Party virus (Covid-19) has produced three new discoveries: The earliest discovery of the new coronavirus in China should be at least two months earlier than currently known, and the time for the virus to spread globally may be It happened before the lockdown of Wuhan; the earliest new coronavirus showed amazing adaptability to the human body, and the possibility of laboratory leaks cannot be ruled out; the destruction of the earliest virus samples by Chinese experts is considered to be new evidence trying to conceal the source of the virus.
The Voice of America reported that these three studies were conducted by the University of Kent, Australian scientists and American scientists. These conclusions they reached are obviously very detrimental to the CCP’s practice of dumping other countries on the source of the new crown virus.
Researchers from the University of Kent in the United Kingdom calculated through the model that the earliest time for the emergence of the new coronavirus is from early October to mid-November 2019. The most likely time for the virus to appear is November 17, 2019, and in January 2020, the new crown virus has spread to the world.
This research was published in the international academic journal “Public Science Library-Pathogens”.
The number one case of virus infection announced in China was in December 2019, at the South China Seafood Market in Wuhan. However, some early cases have shown nothing to do with this seafood market, which means that the new crown virus has already spread elsewhere before it reaches the seafood market.
Jesse Bloom, a virologist at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle, USA, said in a paper published this week that some of the early cases that Chinese experts requested to delete The virus sequencing data has been restored. The data shows that the virus samples from the South China Seafood Market do not “sufficiently represent the new coronavirus. They are just a variant of the parental sequence that spread earlier, and this variant has spread to other parts of China at that time.”
Reuters said that the National Institutes of Health confirmed to it that the samples used in the study were submitted to the Sequence Access File (SRA) in March 2020 and were subsequently destroyed at the request of Chinese investigators. Chinese investigators said they will update the sample and submit it to another place for archiving.
Another study conducted by Australian scientists found through genomic data that the new coronavirus can bind to human receptors more easily than other types of viruses, indicating that the virus has adapted to humans when it first appeared.
Such research by Australian scientists was published in the journal “Science Reports” published on Thursday.
This study shows that there may be another animal host that has not yet been determined that is closer to the human recipient, but the hypothesis leaked by the laboratory cannot be ruled out.
Bangladesh hard-blocks the city to prevent the spread of Delta virus, people flock to flee the capital
Bangladesh, a South Asian country, is about to implement strict nationwide lockdown measures due to the rapid rise in the epidemic. As a result, the ferry terminal in the capital Dhaka flooded with a large number of people, hoping to escape the busy urban area and return to their homes in towns and villages before the measures take effect.
The Central News Agency reported that the Bangladeshi authorities announced on the 26th that due to the surge in cases of the Delta variant from neighbouring India, it was “dangerous and worrying” and that a strict 7-day lockdown measure was implemented on the 28th. During this period, all people would not be in an emergency. No going out, and all government and private institutions will be closed, and only medical-related transportation activities will be allowed.
The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) reported that the latest wave of epidemics in Bangladesh broke out about 6 weeks ago. Local authorities reported on May 15 that there were 261 new confirmed cases and 22 deaths in a single day. On the 25th of this month, the number of confirmed cases in a single day has rushed to 5,869, and 108 people died, setting a record for the second highest number of deaths in a single day in Bangladesh.
Many hospitals in Bangladesh are overwhelmed with patients, especially in areas bordering India. Due to the surge in confirmed cases, Bangladesh railways and buses have ceased operations and only provide emergency services. People who want to leave Dhaka can only hire private cars or even walk.
Indonesia adds more than 21,000 diagnosed and record-breaking patients to hospitals in a single day
Indonesia, the worst-affected country in Southeast Asia, added more than 21,000 confirmed cases today, rewriting the single-day record. A large number of patients flooded into hospitals in the capital Jakarta and other epidemic hot spots.
The Central News Agency quoted a report from Agence France-Presse as saying that the total number of confirmed cases in Indonesia has exceeded 2.1 million, of which 57,138 people have died. However, due to the low screening rate, it is believed that the actual number should be higher.
When the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan ended in May in Indonesia, millions of people moved around, and the number of cases has increased significantly in recent weeks. At the same time, the authorities also discovered new strains of viruses that are highly contagious.
Siti Nadia Tarmizi, spokesperson for the Indonesian Epidemic Task Force, said: “We had predicted a surge in cases before. It is expected that the peak will be reached in the next 2 to 3 weeks.”
People from all walks of life are now increasingly worried that Indonesia’s outdated medical system may collapse. It is reported that some hospitals are overloaded and forced to reject patients.
Hospitals in the hardest hit areas such as Jakarta, West Java, and Central Java flooded with patients, some of whom were infected with the highly contagious Delta variant virus that was first discovered in India.
Taiwan’s Pingtung Explosion of Delta Local Cluster Epidemic Chen Shizhong: Fully Containment
In Pingtung, the first outbreak of a local cluster of Delta mutant strains. Chen Shizhong, the commander of Taiwan’s Central Epidemic Command Center, today (26th) emphasized that he will do his best to contain them. In addition to speeding up screening, it will also expand the list of contacts, even migrant workers Or illegal migration, the footprint will be investigated clearly.
The global epidemic of Wuhan pneumonia (Chinese Communist pneumonia) is severe. A cluster of taxi drivers broke out in Pingtung recently. After the epidemic investigation, it was found that the relatives of the infected passengers were grandparents who returned to Taiwan from Peru. According to the latest virus gene sequencing, the Peruvian ancestors were confirmed Sun infected with the Delta mutant strain that was first discovered in India, and the rest of the confirmed cases will be sequenced to confirm whether it is a Delta mutant strain.
The Central News Agency reported that Chen Shizhong, the commander of the Central Epidemic Command Center, announced the results of the virus gene sequencing at the epidemic press conference this afternoon. Among the 12 confirmed cases of the Pingtung epidemic, 6 cases were first discovered in India after gene sequencing. The Delta mutant strains were the 2 confirmed grandparents (cases 13332, 13333) and cases 14298, 14407, 14408, and 14409 who were imported from Peru.
Chen Shizhong pointed out that the indicator case of the cluster incident was a local white-licensed driver (Case 14298). After the investigation and inspection of contacts, one work contact (Case 14409) was found to be diagnosed, and the 2 family members of Case 14409 (Case 14409) Cases 14407, 14408) were also diagnosed at the same time, of which case 14407 had brief contact with 13332 of immigration from Peru on June 11 and June 14. The remaining confirmed cases related to the incident were all confirmed by family or activity contacts. .
Chen Shizhong pointed out that a total of 5 cases of imported cases from abroad were tested for the Delta mutant strain. This cluster epidemic is the first time the virus strain has entered the community and is actively being contained. It will expand the list of contacts to be placed in home quarantine and related contacts. Targets, regardless of occupation, migrant workers or illegal migrant workers, will be investigated for their footprints, hoping to contain them as soon as possible.
Chen Shizhong said that in order to avoid the spread of infection, the command center has taken relevant contingency measures, including precise quarantine and expansion of contacts and quarantine. Contacts are also arranged for epidemic prevention hotels to implement quarantine, and quarantine is carried out before the expiration of the interval.
As of June 25, Pingtung white-licensed drivers gathered 136 related contacts, 99 co-residential quarantine, 32 independent health management, and 5 self-monitoring, of which 124 have been inspected by PCR. Nine people were positive and 115 were negative, and the number of contacts continued to expand.
Chen Shizhong said that from June 24th, a community screening station will also be set up in the local area, calling on people with overlapping footprints to screen, and strengthen public communication to cooperate with the screening. As of June 25, a total of 419 people who have been screened by PCR have been negative; another target The confirmed cases will be announced to the community footprint and disinfection of public places will be completed.
Chen Shizhong said that in addition, local medical institutions will be strengthened to strengthen notification and infection control measures, and physicians will be asked to assist people with suspected symptoms to refer to the inspection institute for notification and inspection, and through the broadcast system to call on the public to implement the three levels of epidemic alert standards , You must wear masks all the time when you go out and work, and strictly check to avoid crowds. Local supermarkets, supermarkets, restaurants, traditional markets and other places are closed for 3 days.
New York intensive care unit patients fell below 100 for the first time since the outbreak
New York Governor Cuomo’s office announced on the 25th that for the first time since the outbreak in March last year, the number of critically ill patients in the New York State hospital system fell below 100 for the first time.
According to the epidemic data released by the state government on the 25th, the overall diagnosis rate of COVID-19 on the 24th and the average seven-day diagnosis rate in the state were 0.36%. There were 415 hospitalized patients and 94 patients in the intensive care unit, an increase of 5 per day. People died of the epidemic.
Half of adults diagnosed with new outbreak in Israel fully vaccinated
Israel’s recent surge in patients infected with the Delta variant virus has set off a new wave of diagnoses. According to the Israeli authorities, about 90% of newly confirmed cases are caused by the Delta variant, and about half of the adult infected persons have been fully vaccinated.
According to the “Wall Street Journal” report, the leader of the Israeli government expert advisory group Ran Balicer (Ran Balicer) announced the news on Friday (June 25) and said that the country may re-implement the blockade measures. According to the survey, among the newly newly diagnosed people, most of the “fully vaccinated confirmed cases” received Pfizer vaccine, which is the vaccine brand commonly used in Israel during this epidemic.
“The entry of the Delta variant virus has changed the situation of the transition (Israel to normal life).” Barrichel said. The variant Delta (B.1.617.2) evolved from the Chinese Communist virus (coronavirus) has been discovered in more than 70 countries.
According to Reuters, the Israeli Ministry of Health on Friday reinstated the directive that people must wear masks in all indoor environments except for families, and also advised people to wear masks when participating in large outdoor gatherings.
Officials said that of the 9.3 million people in Israel, about 55% have been fully vaccinated with Pfizer, and their eligibility for vaccination has been extended to residents between 12 and 15 years old in May.
New Jersey companies face labor shortage after receiving unemployment benefits and refusing to work
You can earn money while lying down, so why stand up to work? Because the federal government provides unemployment benefits until September, and the New Jersey state government also provides unemployment benefits, many people have stayed at home to receive unemployment benefits and refuse to go to work. As a result, the labor shortage in New Jersey is expanding and many companies are facing a labor shortage.
Point Pleasant Beach advertised and recruited workers to pick up rubbish in the town’s parking lot. They offered a salary of $24 an hour, but in the three weeks after the ad was published, they did not receive a job application. . The angry Mayor Paul Kanitra bombarded the state government on Facebook, “Unfortunately, in the context of Trenton’s continuous unemployment benefits, our applicants are zero.”
With the slowdown of the COVID-19 epidemic and the rapid economic recovery, many companies in New Jersey are facing similar situations, especially the service industry. It is estimated that tens of thousands of jobs have not been filled, and even if employers offer hourly wages of $15 or higher, few people care about it.
Before the epidemic, $15 an hour was considered a better job and could maintain a basic life in New Jersey. But the epidemic has changed everything, and now there are very few people receiving this salary. Because the unemployment benefits provided by the federal government and state governments together have exceeded $15 per hour.
More than half of the states in the United States have cancelled federal unemployment benefits. Some states have decided to convert these funds into incentive programs to encourage people to go to work. Governor Murphy stated that he has no intention of cancelling federal unemployment benefits in New Jersey, but he acknowledged that this may be one of the factors leading to labor shortages. Murphy also said that he thinks this is a good thing because it forces companies to pay employees higher wages.
CDC investigation on death of 13-year-old boy in Michigan after vaccination
According to Michigan health officials, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is investigating the death of a 13-year-old Michigan boy after being vaccinated against COVID-19. .
The Saginaw County Health Department said health officials received an alert regarding the death of the teenager on June 17. The death occurred three days after the unidentified teenager received a second dose of COVID-19 (Chinese Communist virus) vaccine.
A press release issued to local news organizations in Saginaw County on June 23 said: “Whatever the cause, the death of adolescents is heartbreaking. The county public health officer Chris Harrington (Chris Harrington) And the medical director, Dr. Delicia Pruitt (Delicia Pruitt), are the mothers of children of the same age as the boy, so it feels the same for them.”
It is unclear whether the teenager had any potential health problems before. It is also unclear whether the teenager had previously had rare heart inflammations, such as myocarditis or pericarditis. The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention stated that these diseases are related to the COVID-19 (Chinese Communist virus) vaccine.
Variant with high viral load and fast onset, Delta enters Guangdong
The mutant strain of “Delta” has recently re-sounded the global pandemic alert, and the strain has now broken out in Guangdong Province, China. In the eyes of Chinese medical experts, the short incubation period, high load, and rapid progress of the “Delta” virus are shocking.
According to the World Health Organization (WHO) report, the “Delta” strain (B.1.617.2) has spread to 92 countries around the world. Due to its stronger spread, this mutant strain is spreading rapidly around the world.
Recently, the “Delta” strain has broken out in Guangzhou, Shenzhen, and Dongguan, the wealthiest cities in Guangdong, China. Guangdong Province has now entered a “semi-closed province” status.
In the process of contacting key cases, Guangzhou officials found that the third-generation and fourth-generation contacts of the “Delta” strain completed the transmission in only 14 seconds.
Many experts believe that “Delta” is the most transmissible of the mutant strains found so far. It also has the characteristics of short incubation period, high viral load, rapid onset of disease, and possible immune escape.
Four signs the U.S.-Canada border may reopen on July 21
For 15 consecutive months, Canada and the United States have extended the travel restriction agreement on the common border between the two countries on the 21st of each month. But there are signs that the situation on July 21 may be different.
Many people have hoped that the border will be reopened on June 21, believing that Canada will begin to relax restrictions on fully vaccinated international travelers, including Americans, on this day.
But in fact, Ottawa relaxed the entry quarantine regulations on the same day, but it only applies to Canadians returning home, permanent residents of Canada and those who already have the right to travel.
Since the first implementation of these border crossing restrictions, the two countries have been extending them month by month to maintain the arrangements for these measures. The next time the agreement expires will be July 21.
Taiwan adds 88 local cases and 9 deaths on the 27th
Taiwan’s Central Epidemic Command Center announced today (June 27) that 88 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 (Chinese Communist Party Virus) in Taiwan, and one imported from overseas; among the other confirmed cases, there were nine new deaths.
Chen Shizhong, the commander of Taiwan’s Central Epidemic Command Center, said at an epidemic press conference on the afternoon of the 27th that the 88 new local cases (27 of them tested positive during home quarantine or expiry) were 48 males and 40 females. , The age ranges from under 5 years old to more than 90 years old, and the onset date ranges from 10 days to 26 days.
The Taiwan Command Center once again urged the public to implement personal protective measures such as hand hygiene, cough etiquette and wearing masks, reduce unnecessary movement, activities or gatherings, avoid entering and exiting crowded places, or areas with a high risk of infection transmission, and take the initiative Actively cooperate with various epidemic prevention measures and jointly strictly guard the community’s defense line.
Three adults depressed and one adult wanted to commit suicide during Victoria lockdown in Australia
A new survey found that during Victoria’s 2020 lockdown, nearly one in ten people wanted to commit suicide, and more than one-third suffered from anxiety or depression.
The research was published in the peer-reviewed Journal of Psychiatric Research. Researchers conducted a survey of 1,157 Victorians in September 2020 and found that 9.5% of the respondents said they had seriously considered suicide in the past 30 days, 33.4% had symptoms of anxiety or depression, and 26.3% had symptoms of burnout. The study also found that 12.3% of people have started or added drugs to help cope with emotional problems.
The study did not compare these indicators with pre-epidemic levels, but Mark Czeisler, the author of the report and a researcher at the Turner Institute for Brain and Mental Health at Monash University, said the findings are worrying.
Professor Ian Hickie of the Institute of Brain and Psychology at the University of Sydney told the ABC that these findings are consistent with other mental health studies in Victoria during the epidemic.
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