CORONAVIRUS/China to deny entry if Taiwan COVID-19 report mentions 'Wuhan virus'
Shanghai and Beijing, Dec. 18 (CNA) Travelers arriving in China from Taiwan will be denied entry if they provide a nucleic acid report misnamed "Wuhan virus" instead of the name officially designated by the World Health Organization (WHO) as "coronavirus disease 2019," or COVID-19 in abbreviated form.
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