While issuing a press release, the Customs Department of China said that the corona virus was found in the package of seafood products of 6 Indian companies, after which their import has been banned for a week.
Beijing. China has banned the seafood products of 6 Indian Marine Export Company for a week. This decision was taken after Chinese customs claimed to have found coronavirus in the packaging. China has been investigating frozen food products imported from around the world since last year. This is not the first case, when any imported food products have been banned, even before this import has been stopped for some time due to the virus being found in the packaging from time to time.
In a press release, the Customs Department of China said that the virus was found in the packages of seafood products of 6 Indian companies, after which their import has been banned for a week. Since the outbreak of coronavirus was first reported in Wuhan city of China in December 2019, China has taken measures to control it on a large scale. For this, very strict rules were also followed here, although in these cases coming from outside, the symptoms are more visible.
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China’s National Health Commission said that on Thursday there were 6 such cases in which the infection of Kovid-19 was locally, all these cases are from southern Guangdong province. On Wednesday, 15 such cases were reported which had entered China from outside. There has been a different debate around the origin of Kovid-19 all over the world and many scientists, politicians are believing this deadly virus to be leaked from the lab. China’s Wuhan Institute of Virology was close to the Hunan Seafood Market in Wuhan from where the virus outbreak started in 2019. Due to this infection, so far around 17 crore 40 infection cases have been reported worldwide. And at least close to 37 lakh people have been killed.