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Beijing: 1st Pulmonary Anthrax Case in 10 Years

New details have emerged about China’s mass quarantine strategy. Some quarantine cells don’t even have beds—forcing seniors and a young mother with a toddler to sit upright all night.

A growing number of Chinese residents say their contact tracking health codes are malfunctioning—showing a clean bill of health one minute, and then signs of possible infection minutes later.

As China battles its latest Delta-driven virus outbreak, another deadly disease is discovered in the country—with a fatality rate of over 80 percent. It’s the disease’s first human infection in China in 10 years.

A Chinese court upholds a Canadian man’s death sentence, while in Canada, lawyers make a final push to prevent a Chinese woman from being extradited to the United State.

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