Chinese ventilator makers are working around the clock to bolster supplies of the life-saving machine as global demand skyrockets due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Liang Zhicong collects letters from the public and places them in different boxes before sending them away to an unexpected place: cemeteries.
The global COVID-19 caseload breached the one million mark on Friday, according to data compiled by Johns Hopkins University.
The global tally of COVID-19 cases swelled to 1 million on Thursday, posing a tough test for the human race.
As protectionism and anti-globalization sentiments grow during the COVID-19 pandemic, economists have warned the danger of trade restrictions, saying that such measures would hamper the global efforts to fight the crisis.
Some satellite images over China have been widely circulating in recent days on the Internet, showing that factories are reopening and traffic is reviving in the country.
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