Fighting Against The Epidemic
When the COVID-19 virus finally reached a critical mass in the US in early March it created many difficult choices for universities. However, UTSA already had contingency plans in place that permitted it to protect both its academic and administrative operations.
Cooperation between China and Iran in the fight against the epidemic has shown that preventing the further spread of COVID-19 is a shared responsibility for us all as stated by António Guterres, General Secretary of the United Nations.
Experts and researchers from six countries discuss COVID-19, its implications, and joint international responses to the crisis.
China has done an amazing job of stopping and containing the virus and health professionals around the world have praised China for its efforts in this global fight, but what have they actually done?
An emergency bill involving spending of roughly $2 trillion was finally cleared after negotiations between the White House and Senate leaders in the early hours of March 25.
After the outbreak of the novel coronavirus, China’s technology played an important role in this deadly battle where all kinds of tech being used in different stages from the early detection of the virus to the ending.
Why Chinese today are able to tackle such formidable foes as poverty, hunger, and now the raging epidemic?
There are positives signs for closer international cooperation on fighting against the COVID-19 pandemic as the G20 video summit was convened and Chinese and US leaders had a phone call.