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How the Governments Save Lives from COVID-19: Coronavirus Measures of Countries

United States


Emergency bill passed to combat coronavirus
The US passed an $8.3bn Emergency Coronavirus Response bill on 04 March to combat the spread. States will receive millions of dollars as aid to respond to the coronavirus situation.

Travel restrictions
The US started public health entry screening at key airports, which handle the majority of travellers from China, on 17 January 2020. The US President signed a proclamation on 31 January banning the entry of all individuals from China or those who have transited through China 14 days prior to entry into the US. The ban did not include permanent residents and permanent visa holders, however.

The country has currently issued Level 3 travel advice to China, iraI, South Korea and Italy, Level 2 travel advice to Japan and Level 1 notice to Hong Kong.

Evacuations from Diamond Princess cruise ship
The Diamond Princess cruise ship had more than 400 US citizens onboard. The US government evacuated 338 citizens in two charter flights on 17 February.


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  • CruzzzYanoCruzzzYano PEx Rookie ⭐

    Japan


    The Japanese government, through its Ministries, has announced measures to contain the spread and reduce the impact of the epidemic, such as closing schools and restricting inbound travel from coronavirus-affected countries.

    Evacuation of Japanese from Wuhan
    By 17 February 2020, Japan evacuated more than 800 of its nationals from Wuhan city and Hubei province in five special flights.

    Entry ban on foreigners who visited Hubei or Zhejiang Province
    Foreigners, who travelled to the Chinese provinces of Hubei and Zhejiang within 14-days of their arrival in Japan, are banned entry into Japan. Further, foreigners holding passports issued by the two provinces are denied entry into Japan.

    Measures by airports and airlines
    Japanese airports are recommending travellers with fever and cough to wear masks. Frontline staff at airports is being encouraged to wear masks to prevent spread and infection.

    Door knobs and handrails in the airport terminals are being disinfected and cleaned frequently at both domestic and international airports.


  • CruzzzYanoCruzzzYano PEx Rookie ⭐

    China


    How China is responding to the novel coronavirus outbreak
    China has taken immediate measures to contain the spread of the virus and provide diagnosis and treatment in-time to reduce the impact.

    On 23 January, the Chinese Civil Aviation Administration guided foreign airlines to reduce their scheduled flights to Wuhan, when necessary, to prevent and control the spread of pneumonia caused by coronavirus.

    The government has taken a number of measures to contain the outbreak, as listed below:

        Pooling trained medical personnel from across the country
        Ensuring supplies to the most vulnerable and affected areas
        Construction of new hospitals on a war-footing
        Extending holidays for schools and businesses as well as the Chinese Lunar New Year holiday

    Quarantine imposed on coronavirus affected countries
    Health officials in Beijing have announced a 14-day self-quarantine for persons entering the country from the coronavirus affected countries. The measures were announced to prevent new outbreaks in the country.

    For the first time since the outbreak, new cases reported in China on 26 February were lower than those reported outside the country.

    Cancellation/postponement of events
    The Shanghai Fashion Week scheduled to be held between 26 March to 2 April has been cancelled by the organisers due to the COVID-19 outbreak.

    Juss Sports Group, promoter of the 2020 Chinese Grand Prix, requested the postponement of the event scheduled to be held between 17 April and 19 April due to health concerns related to COVID-19. Formula One (F1) and Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA) have accepted the request.

    The Chinese Grand Prix is a key part of F1’s calendar. Based on how the outbreak situation emerges over the next few months, the Grand Prix event may be rescheduled towards the later part of the year, the FIA noted.

    Preventive measures at Chinese airports
    Anticipating huge passenger movements on the occasion of the Spring Festival, China closed the outbound traffic from Wuhan, on 25 January, at a time when the coronavirus spread was anticipated to intensify.

    Screening was started at most airports with flights arriving from Wuhan and other affected areas to admit passengers with associated symptoms for observation, diagnosis, and care.

    Building hospitals for coronavirus care and treatment
    China preponed the opening of the Dabie Mountain Regional Medical Centre, a 1,000-bed hospital, by expediting its construction and opened it on 29 January to quarantine people with coronavirus symptoms. It also opened a second quarantine hospital named Leishenshan hospital in Wuhan with 1,500 beds.

    A new 1,000-bed hospital, named Huoshenshan hospital, was completed in record ten days to provide enhanced care and treatment to coronavirus patients. The new makeshift hospital was opened for admitting patients on 03 February.

    China, further, decided to convert 11 venues, across Wuhan city, including gymnasiums, exhibition centres and sports centres into make-shift hospitals with more than 10,000 beds to treat patients with mild symptoms. Eight additional venues were announced to be converted into hospitals. The first three venues were converted on 03 February providing 3,400 beds to treat patients.

    In addition, 20 mobile hospitals and 1,400 nurses have been deployed from across the country to Wuhan to treat patients with mild symptoms.

    An infectious disease hospital is also being built in Zhengzhou, Henan Province.

    Faster diagnosis and vaccine/drug development efforts
    Wuhan Institute of Virology of the Chinese Academy of Sciences developed two diagnostic kits for the novel coronavirus antibody in association with a biopharmaceutical company.

    Using an optimised testing method developed by Zhongnan Hospital of Wuhan University, the infection is being diagnosed in just two hours or more, which has helped to start treatment quicker and improve recoveries.

    The National Medical Products Administration also approved two diagnostic kits and a testing system developed by Hubei-based biopharmaceutical companies on 26 January.

    Meanwhile, vaccine development efforts are progressing, with two chemical compounds having been found to be effective in restraining the viral activity that will help expedite the drug development for the novel coronavirus.

    Wuhan Jinyintan Hospital was the first to use Kaletra (lopinavir/ritonavir), a HIV/AIDS drug, to treat the novel coronavirus patients and note that it’s working.

    The Chinese Academy of Sciences offered Chinese researchers open and free access to the China Science and Technology Cloud (CSTC) resources and services to assist in their research of the 2019-nCoV. Researchers will gain access to high-performance computing and software and other resources to facilitate interaction with co-researchers.

    Baidu Research has allowed gene testing agencies, epidemic control centres and research institutions to use LinearFold, its RNA structure algorithm that will help to understand the virus and screening compounds in less than half-a-minute compared to approximately an hour earlier.

    Ban on sale of fever and cough medications
    China has banned the sale of fever and cough medicine in certain provinces to encourage people to seek medical attention in hospitals rather than self-medicating. Pharmacies across Nanjing and Hangzhou have announced the ban on the sale of medicines, reported CNN.

    Pharmacies in Beijing have been instructed to register all customers who purchase fever and cough medicine including their names, addresses, ID card numbers and contact information apart from their symptoms, as reported by state-run news agency Xinhua. 
  • CruzzzYanoCruzzzYano PEx Rookie ⭐

    China


    How China is responding to the novel coronavirus outbreak
    China has taken immediate measures to contain the spread of the virus and provide diagnosis and treatment in-time to reduce the impact.

    On 23 January, the Chinese Civil Aviation Administration guided foreign airlines to reduce their scheduled flights to Wuhan, when necessary, to prevent and control the spread of pneumonia caused by coronavirus.

    The government has taken a number of measures to contain the outbreak, as listed below:

        Pooling trained medical personnel from across the country
        Ensuring supplies to the most vulnerable and affected areas
        Construction of new hospitals on a war-footing
        Extending holidays for schools and businesses as well as the Chinese Lunar New Year holiday

    Quarantine imposed on coronavirus affected countries
    Health officials in Beijing have announced a 14-day self-quarantine for persons entering the country from the coronavirus affected countries. The measures were announced to prevent new outbreaks in the country.

    For the first time since the outbreak, new cases reported in China on 26 February were lower than those reported outside the country.

    Cancellation/postponement of events
    The Shanghai Fashion Week scheduled to be held between 26 March to 2 April has been cancelled by the organisers due to the COVID-19 outbreak.

    Juss Sports Group, promoter of the 2020 Chinese Grand Prix, requested the postponement of the event scheduled to be held between 17 April and 19 April due to health concerns related to COVID-19. Formula One (F1) and Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA) have accepted the request.

    The Chinese Grand Prix is a key part of F1’s calendar. Based on how the outbreak situation emerges over the next few months, the Grand Prix event may be rescheduled towards the later part of the year, the FIA noted.

    Preventive measures at Chinese airports
    Anticipating huge passenger movements on the occasion of the Spring Festival, China closed the outbound traffic from Wuhan, on 25 January, at a time when the coronavirus spread was anticipated to intensify.

    Screening was started at most airports with flights arriving from Wuhan and other affected areas to admit passengers with associated symptoms for observation, diagnosis, and care.

    Building hospitals for coronavirus care and treatment
    China preponed the opening of the Dabie Mountain Regional Medical Centre, a 1,000-bed hospital, by expediting its construction and opened it on 29 January to quarantine people with coronavirus symptoms. It also opened a second quarantine hospital named Leishenshan hospital in Wuhan with 1,500 beds.

    A new 1,000-bed hospital, named Huoshenshan hospital, was completed in record ten days to provide enhanced care and treatment to coronavirus patients. The new makeshift hospital was opened for admitting patients on 03 February.

    China, further, decided to convert 11 venues, across Wuhan city, including gymnasiums, exhibition centres and sports centres into make-shift hospitals with more than 10,000 beds to treat patients with mild symptoms. Eight additional venues were announced to be converted into hospitals. The first three venues were converted on 03 February providing 3,400 beds to treat patients.

    In addition, 20 mobile hospitals and 1,400 nurses have been deployed from across the country to Wuhan to treat patients with mild symptoms.

    An infectious disease hospital is also being built in Zhengzhou, Henan Province.

    Faster diagnosis and vaccine/drug development efforts
    Wuhan Institute of Virology of the Chinese Academy of Sciences developed two diagnostic kits for the novel coronavirus antibody in association with a biopharmaceutical company.

    Using an optimised testing method developed by Zhongnan Hospital of Wuhan University, the infection is being diagnosed in just two hours or more, which has helped to start treatment quicker and improve recoveries.

    The National Medical Products Administration also approved two diagnostic kits and a testing system developed by Hubei-based biopharmaceutical companies on 26 January.

    Meanwhile, vaccine development efforts are progressing, with two chemical compounds having been found to be effective in restraining the viral activity that will help expedite the drug development for the novel coronavirus.

    Wuhan Jinyintan Hospital was the first to use Kaletra (lopinavir/ritonavir), a HIV/AIDS drug, to treat the novel coronavirus patients and note that it’s working.

    The Chinese Academy of Sciences offered Chinese researchers open and free access to the China Science and Technology Cloud (CSTC) resources and services to assist in their research of the 2019-nCoV. Researchers will gain access to high-performance computing and software and other resources to facilitate interaction with co-researchers.

    Baidu Research has allowed gene testing agencies, epidemic control centres and research institutions to use LinearFold, its RNA structure algorithm that will help to understand the virus and screening compounds in less than half-a-minute compared to approximately an hour earlier.

    Ban on sale of fever and cough medications
    China has banned the sale of fever and cough medicine in certain provinces to encourage people to seek medical attention in hospitals rather than self-medicating. Pharmacies across Nanjing and Hangzhou have announced the ban on the sale of medicines, reported CNN.

    Pharmacies in Beijing have been instructed to register all customers who purchase fever and cough medicine including their names, addresses, ID card numbers and contact information apart from their symptoms. 
  • CruzzzYanoCruzzzYano PEx Rookie ⭐

    South Korea


    The South Korean cabinet passed new medical laws on 04 March allowing it to prosecute coronavirus-suspected people who don’t co-operate to get tested for the nCoV. The amended law also allows the nation to refuse entry to people confirmed or suspected to have contracted the coronavirus disease.Further, the new laws allow the government to ban export or transfer of masks and other items.

    Evacuations from Diamond Princess
    The stranded cruise ship Diamond Princess carried 14 Koreans including passengers and crew, some of who have been evacuated in a special plane by the South Korean government after Japan allowed unaffected to disembark the vessel on 19 February.

    South Korea coronavirus quarantine: Limited to travellers from China
    South Korea started quarantining visitors from Mainland China initially, but expanded the practice to those from Hong Kong and Macao too starting 12 February anticipating community spread. At the time of taking the decision, South Korea had 28 confirmed coronavirus cases.

    Leave of Absence and home-quarantining for employees
    The Korean government has recommended employers to issue either 14 days of leave of absence (LoA) or work from home to employees returning from China.

    Those working at ticket gates and toilets and in buses, railway, subways, taxis have been advised to wear masks as a measure of hygiene. 
  • CruzzzYanoCruzzzYano PEx Rookie ⭐

    Singapore


    Air borders closed with Mainland China – strict measures at airports
    The Singaporean government has imposed restrictions to control community spread by disallowing passengers from Mainland China.

    It ceased all inbound flights from Wuhan, China, since 23 January and issues travel advisory to its residents to avoid non-essential travel to Mainland China and defer travel plans to Hubei province. Thermal screening is implemented at checkpoints – land, air and sea.Fresh as well as issued visas of Chinese passport holders have been suspended.

    Mandatory leave of absence (LoA) 
    Singapore citizens returning to their homeland are placed on 14-day paid leave-of-absence (LoA) starting from the day they arrive. Employees are required to grant the LoA over and above the annual leave entitlement.

    While LoA is applicable to Singapore citizens, PRs and long-term pass holders returning from China, visitors of all other nationalities with a travel history to Mainland China in the preceding 14 days are denied not only to enter Singapore but also to transit through the country.

    Large-scale business events advised to be postponed
    The Ministry of Health advised businesses to defer large-scale events, defined as those with more than 1,000 attendees.

    Small-scale events, however, are recommended to be continued but with temperature-screening done and avoiding participants with recent travel history to Mainland China or those under LoA.

    Joint Working Group with Malaysia
    Singapore announced the formation of a joint working group (JWG) with Malaysia to tackle the spread of the disease between the two countries.The JWG will share technical details, exchange information on the coronavirus situation in their respective countries and follow similar border screening protocols. It will also share surveillance data and national advisories issued to the public.

    Anti-profiteering measures
    The Singapore Ministry of Trade and Industry (MTI) issued notices to a number of companies that it suspects to have engaged in profiteering from the coronavirus situation in the country.

    Retailers Deen Express and 3 Stars were issued notices for selling masks at a higher price to benefit from the increased demand. Four e-commerce platforms Lazada, Carousell, Qoo10 and Shopee have been issued similar notices to address the profiteering practices by sellers on their platforms.


  • CruzzzYanoCruzzzYano PEx Rookie ⭐

    Italy

    The Italian government took measures such as screening and suspending major community events during early times of the coronavirus outbreak, and has eventually announced closure of educational institutes and hygiene/disinfection measures at airports.

    The Italian National Institute of Health (Istituto Superiore di Sanità) recommended social distancing and acknowledged that the country’s larger aged population poses a challenge.

    Many other countries including the US have, meanwhile, advised to temporarily avoid travel to Italy, unless essential.

    Covid-19: Italy lock-down
    The Italian government announced on 08 March, lock down (quarantine) of the affected regions in the northern part of the country to avoid spread to the rest of the country.

    Within two days, the quarantine was extended to entire Italy, as nCoV cases were detected across the country. The quarantine period will depend upon how soon the number of new cases and deaths will decline.

    Italy is the only country that has announced a nationwide lock down since the Wuhan coronavirus outbreak. 
  • masayang_pinoymasayang_pinoy Member PEx Rookie ⭐

    China builds new hospital in just 10 days


    A 60,000-square-metre structure with space for 1,000 beds and 30 intensive care wards, all built in just 10 days. According to Chinese state media, the construction of a new hospital in virus-hit Wuhan has been completed – just a little over a week after it began.

    A team of 7,000 carpenters, plumbers, electricians and other specialists worked around the clock to build the Huoshenshan hospital, Chinese state media said, with construction beginning on January 23 and completed on Sunday.

    The hospital, which will be staffed by around 1,400 army medics dispatched to Wuhan, began treating its first patients on Monday.

    Wuhan, a city of around 11 million, has been on lockdown since January 23 after it became the scene of the first outbreak of the previously unknown form of coronavirus – a group of illnesses that includes SARS.

    A second new hospital is currently under construction in Wuhan and set to be completed on February 5.

    Watch: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VToBHt3e0Xs

  • Herr_StarrHerr_Starr Member PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐

    China builds new hospital in just 10 days


    A 60,000-square-metre structure with space for 1,000 beds and 30 intensive care wards, all built in just 10 days. According to Chinese state media, the construction of a new hospital in virus-hit Wuhan has been completed – just a little over a week after it began.

    A team of 7,000 carpenters, plumbers, electricians and other specialists worked around the clock to build the Huoshenshan hospital, Chinese state media said, with construction beginning on January 23 and completed on Sunday.

    The hospital, which will be staffed by around 1,400 army medics dispatched to Wuhan, began treating its first patients on Monday.

    Wuhan, a city of around 11 million, has been on lockdown since January 23 after it became the scene of the first outbreak of the previously unknown form of coronavirus – a group of illnesses that includes SARS.

    A second new hospital is currently under construction in Wuhan and set to be completed on February 5.

    Watch: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VToBHt3e0Xs

    Try not to be so blatant in your propaganda, at least let us work to figure out you are a mouthpiece for China. 
  • masayang_pinoymasayang_pinoy Member PEx Rookie ⭐

    China builds new hospital in just 10 days


    A 60,000-square-metre structure with space for 1,000 beds and 30 intensive care wards, all built in just 10 days. According to Chinese state media, the construction of a new hospital in virus-hit Wuhan has been completed – just a little over a week after it began.

    A team of 7,000 carpenters, plumbers, electricians and other specialists worked around the clock to build the Huoshenshan hospital, Chinese state media said, with construction beginning on January 23 and completed on Sunday.

    The hospital, which will be staffed by around 1,400 army medics dispatched to Wuhan, began treating its first patients on Monday.

    Wuhan, a city of around 11 million, has been on lockdown since January 23 after it became the scene of the first outbreak of the previously unknown form of coronavirus – a group of illnesses that includes SARS.

    A second new hospital is currently under construction in Wuhan and set to be completed on February 5.

    Watch: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VToBHt3e0Xs

    Try not to be so blatant in your propaganda, at least let us work to figure out you are a mouthpiece for China. 
    Seems like you are a professional propagandist too, spending so much time roaming and trolling.
  • I'm really impressed what China has done to control the virus. Many places were under lockdown and suspected carriers were asked to undergo 14-day quarantine since the outbreak of COVID-19.

    The first reports of an outbreak came on 31 December 2019. A week later it was confirmed a new coronavirus was spreading.Within weeks, the number of fatalities was rising rapidly, and China became the epicentre of global coronavirus concerns. But now, with the World Health Organization calling coronavirus a pandemic, its falling rate of new infections could make the country a case study on how to bring COVID-19 under control.


  • Emma_TorresEmma_Torres PExer
    edited March 13
    "China has done an incredible job at slowing the spread of the virus," explains David Aikman, Chief Representative Officer, World Economc Forum, China. "I'm impressed to see the delicate balancing act the Chinese government is doing between getting the economy growing again and protecting public health - and I believe many countries could learn from China's experience."
    China coronavirus cases
    China's rate of new cases has fallen dramatically.   (as of 11 Mar.)        
  • Herr_StarrHerr_Starr Member PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐

    China builds new hospital in just 10 days


    A 60,000-square-metre structure with space for 1,000 beds and 30 intensive care wards, all built in just 10 days. According to Chinese state media, the construction of a new hospital in virus-hit Wuhan has been completed – just a little over a week after it began.

    A team of 7,000 carpenters, plumbers, electricians and other specialists worked around the clock to build the Huoshenshan hospital, Chinese state media said, with construction beginning on January 23 and completed on Sunday.

    The hospital, which will be staffed by around 1,400 army medics dispatched to Wuhan, began treating its first patients on Monday.

    Wuhan, a city of around 11 million, has been on lockdown since January 23 after it became the scene of the first outbreak of the previously unknown form of coronavirus – a group of illnesses that includes SARS.

    A second new hospital is currently under construction in Wuhan and set to be completed on February 5.

    Watch: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VToBHt3e0Xs

    Try not to be so blatant in your propaganda, at least let us work to figure out you are a mouthpiece for China. 
    Seems like you are a professional propagandist too, spending so much time roaming and trolling.
    Says someone who posts all hours of the day.  =)
  • Herr_StarrHerr_Starr Member PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    "China has done an incredible job at slowing the spread of the virus," explains David Aikman, Chief Representative Officer, World Economc Forum, China. "I'm impressed to see the delicate balancing act the Chinese government is doing between getting the economy growing again and protecting public health - and I believe many countries could learn from China's experience."
    China coronavirus cases
    China's rate of new cases has fallen dramatically.   (as of 11 Mar.)        
    Wow Emma, you just joined March 10 and you immediately wanted to issue a praise release for China...I'm impressed. 
  • "China has done an incredible job at slowing the spread of the virus," explains David Aikman, Chief Representative Officer, World Economc Forum, China. "I'm impressed to see the delicate balancing act the Chinese government is doing between getting the economy growing again and protecting public health - and I believe many countries could learn from China's experience."
    China coronavirus cases
    China's rate of new cases has fallen dramatically.   (as of 11 Mar.)        
    Wow Emma, you just joined March 10 and you immediately wanted to issue a praise release for China...I'm impressed. 
    I have to get a new account because the last one was hacked. And for your doubt, I have to say that everybody is taking about COVID-19 these days and I'm no exception. Plus, I also left comments on other threads, but sadly you haven't seen it.
  • Herr_StarrHerr_Starr Member PEx Influencer ⭐⭐⭐
    edited March 13
    "China has done an incredible job at slowing the spread of the virus," explains David Aikman, Chief Representative Officer, World Economc Forum, China. "I'm impressed to see the delicate balancing act the Chinese government is doing between getting the economy growing again and protecting public health - and I believe many countries could learn from China's experience."
    China coronavirus cases
    China's rate of new cases has fallen dramatically.   (as of 11 Mar.)        
    Wow Emma, you just joined March 10 and you immediately wanted to issue a praise release for China...I'm impressed. 
    I have to get a new account because the last one was hacked. And for your doubt, I have to say that everybody is taking about COVID-19 these days and I'm no exception. Plus, I also left comments on other threads, but sadly you haven't seen it.
    Hacked? You don't say. Heaven forfend...Just what is PEX coming to these days.

    It's not like I read every thread and post on here. 
  • "China has done an incredible job at slowing the spread of the virus," explains David Aikman, Chief Representative Officer, World Economc Forum, China. "I'm impressed to see the delicate balancing act the Chinese government is doing between getting the economy growing again and protecting public health - and I believe many countries could learn from China's experience."
    China coronavirus cases
    China's rate of new cases has fallen dramatically.   (as of 11 Mar.)        
    Wow Emma, you just joined March 10 and you immediately wanted to issue a praise release for China...I'm impressed. 
    I have to get a new account because the last one was hacked. And for your doubt, I have to say that everybody is taking about COVID-19 these days and I'm no exception. Plus, I also left comments on other threads, but sadly you haven't seen it.
    Hacked? You don't say. Heaven forfend...Just what is PEX coming to these days.

    It's not like I read every thread and post on here. 
    That's right. We can't read everything on PEX. But I have noticed that you have left plenty of comments on recent threads and posts concerning COVID-19. No wonder why you have doubts about me. But I just want to say that the article from "World Economic Forum". I did not make it up.
  • You are an old PEX user and you should know that PEX is for us Filipinos to exchange different opinions. I just posted an article that I agree with. Don't be so aggressive and sarcastic.
  • CruzzzYanoCruzzzYano PEx Rookie ⭐

    China builds new hospital in just 10 days


    A 60,000-square-metre structure with space for 1,000 beds and 30 intensive care wards, all built in just 10 days. According to Chinese state media, the construction of a new hospital in virus-hit Wuhan has been completed – just a little over a week after it began.

    A team of 7,000 carpenters, plumbers, electricians and other specialists worked around the clock to build the Huoshenshan hospital, Chinese state media said, with construction beginning on January 23 and completed on Sunday.

    The hospital, which will be staffed by around 1,400 army medics dispatched to Wuhan, began treating its first patients on Monday.

    Wuhan, a city of around 11 million, has been on lockdown since January 23 after it became the scene of the first outbreak of the previously unknown form of coronavirus – a group of illnesses that includes SARS.

    A second new hospital is currently under construction in Wuhan and set to be completed on February 5.

    Watch: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VToBHt3e0Xs

    Try not to be so blatant in your propaganda, at least let us work to figure out you are a mouthpiece for China. 
     The pinoy and the Ferr again, nice to meet you here.
  • CruzzzYanoCruzzzYano PEx Rookie ⭐
    You are an old PEX user and you should know that PEX is for us Filipinos to exchange different opinions. I just posted an article that I agree with. Don't be so aggressive and sarcastic.
    That's true. We need different opinions everywhere.

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