Coronavirus: China acted openly and transparently on COVID-19, says Xi Jinping

First Published 8, Sep 2020, 10:25 AM

Xi, speaking at a ceremony honouring role models during the country's fight against the disease, said China is the first major economy to return to growth during the pandemic - a fact he said demonstrates the country's strong abilities and vitality.
 

<p>Chinese President Xi Jinping said on Tuesday China acted in an open and transparent manner on the COVID-19 outbreak and that it had taken concrete efforts that helped save tens of millions of lives around the world during the pandemic.</p>

Chinese President Xi Jinping said on Tuesday China acted in an open and transparent manner on the COVID-19 outbreak and that it had taken concrete efforts that helped save tens of millions of lives around the world during the pandemic.

<p>Xi, speaking at a ceremony honouring role models during the country's fight against the disease, said China is the first major economy to return to growth during the pandemic - a fact he said demonstrates the country's strong abilities and vitality.<br />
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Xi, speaking at a ceremony honouring role models during the country's fight against the disease, said China is the first major economy to return to growth during the pandemic - a fact he said demonstrates the country's strong abilities and vitality.
 

<p>US President Donald Trump has been vocal about his thoughts on the topic of China allegedly spreading the novel coronavirus to the whole world.<br />
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US President Donald Trump has been vocal about his thoughts on the topic of China allegedly spreading the novel coronavirus to the whole world.
 

<p>China must be held fully accountable for its "secrecy, deception and cover-up" that allowed it to spread the coronavirus all over the world, US President Donald Trump had said, upping the ante on Beijing over its handling of the COVID-19 outbreak.</p>

China must be held fully accountable for its "secrecy, deception and cover-up" that allowed it to spread the coronavirus all over the world, US President Donald Trump had said, upping the ante on Beijing over its handling of the COVID-19 outbreak.

<p>However, he had expressed a willingness to work with China or other countries to bring a successful coronavirus vaccine to the United States, despite rising tensions between Beijing and Washington.</p>

However, he had expressed a willingness to work with China or other countries to bring a successful coronavirus vaccine to the United States, despite rising tensions between Beijing and Washington.

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