Nearly two years after the COVID-19 outbreak, China has granted emergency approval for its first antibody combination therapy for COVID-19 treatment, adding a tool to the world's arsenal against the disease.
Visitors from medium- and high-risk COVID-19 areas are entitled to free nucleic acid tests in Guangzhou's Huangpu district.
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Tianhe district reported that an international inbound traveler has tested positive for COVID-19. The patient was in his fourth day of home-quarantining and health monitoring after being released from a centralized quarantine facility.
Guangzhou's Huangpu district has arranged 14 COVID-19 sample collection sites that provide round-the-clock free nucleic acid tests to people with a yellow health code or those returning from medium- and high-risk areas.
Guangzhou has recently started its citywide campaign of mass inoculation for people aged between 12 and 17 years old and now minors in Huangpu can go to designated sites for vaccination shots.
To reduce the risk of virus transmission, people in key regions in epidemic prevention and control who have not completed nucleic acid testing, will find their health codes turning yellow.
The Huangpu Campus of Sun Yat-sen University Cancer Center is the first 3A-grade hospital in China-Singapore Guangzhou Knowledge City.
There are now 25 medical institutions in Guangzhou's Huangpu district that are eligible to conduct nucleic acid tests.