China-FM Briefing/WHO Experts

WHO experts arrive in China's Wuhan, presently under quarantine in designated hotel: spokesman

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Beijing, China - Jan 15, 2021 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Press briefing in progress
2. Reporters
3. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Zhao Lijian, spokesman, Ministry of Foreign Affairs:
"After consultation between the two sides, the Chinese government had agreed that the WHO would send experts to China on Jan. 14 to exchange ideas with Chinese counterparts on science-based cooperation in novel coronavirus origin-tracing. 13 members of the WHO expert team arrived in Wuhan at noon yesterday and were arranged to stay in a quarantine hotel."
4. Various of reporters
5. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Zhao Lijian, spokesman, Ministry of Foreign Affairs:
"China's remote coronavirus test requirement is based on the current international epidemic situation and refers to the practices of many countries. The purpose is to ensure the personnel exchanges in an orderly manner between China and foreign countries by adopting epidemic control and prevention measures as the premise. This is not only to safeguard the hard-won achievements in the epidemic prevention and control efforts in China, but also to minimize the risk of cross-infection on their way to China, for the sake of the health and safety of all people."
6. Various of reporters
7. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Zhao Lijian, spokesman, Ministry of Foreign Affairs:
"In support of the WHO's efforts, China agreed to carry out the second round of IgM antibody test on relevant experts. The British expert showed negative result for the test but that of the Qatari expert still showed positive. We have agreed the British expert to come to China. China will continue to maintain contact with the WHO on relevant issues and make joint efforts to carry out origin-tracing cooperation between the two sides."
8. Press briefing in progress

Wuhan City, Hubei Province, central China - Jan 14, 2021 (CGTN - No access Chinese mainland)
9. Plane parked at airport apron
10. Various of WHO scientists walking away under guidance of people wearing protective suits
11. Experts getting on bus
12. Experts on bus
13. Various of bus leaving

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Most members of an expert team of World Health Organization (WHO) have arrived in China and began a mandatory quarantine in a designated hotel in Wuhan before carrying out joint cooperation with Chinese counterparts on researching the origin of the COVID-19 virus, said Ministry of Foreign Affairs spokesman Zhao Lijian in a press briefing on Friday.

"After consultation between the two sides, the Chinese government had agreed that the WHO would send experts to China on Jan. 14 to exchange ideas with Chinese counterparts on science-based cooperation in novel coronavirus origin-tracing," Zhao said.

Mentioning that two members of the expert team who failed to board a flight to China from Singapore after testing positive for COVID-19 antibodies, Zhao said, "China's remote coronavirus test requirement is based on the current international epidemic situation and refers to the practices of many countries. The purpose is to ensure the personnel exchanges in an orderly manner between China and foreign countries by adopting epidemic control and prevention measures as the premise."

Concerning that China requires passengers flying from Singapore to take a nucleic acid test and an IgM antibody test up to two days before boarding flights to the country, the spokesman explained, "This is not only to safeguard the hard-won achievements in the epidemic prevention and control efforts in China, but also to minimize the risk of cross-infection on their way to China, for the sake of the health and safety of all people."

"In support of the WHO's efforts, China agreed to carry out the second round of IgM antibody test on relevant experts. The British expert showed negative result for the test but that of the Qatari expert still showed positive. We have agreed the British expert to come to China. China will continue to maintain contact with the WHO on relevant issues and make joint efforts to carry out origin-tracing cooperation between the two sides," he said.

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China-FM Briefing/WHO Experts

WHO experts arrive in China's Wuhan, presently under quarantine in designated hotel: spokesman

Dateline : Jan 14/15, 2021

Location : China

Duration : 3'03

  • English
  • Français
  • العربية
  • Español
  • 日本語


Beijing, China - Jan 15, 2021 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Press briefing in progress
2. Reporters
3. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Zhao Lijian, spokesman, Ministry of Foreign Affairs:
"After consultation between the two sides, the Chinese government had agreed that the WHO would send experts to China on Jan. 14 to exchange ideas with Chinese counterparts on science-based cooperation in novel coronavirus origin-tracing. 13 members of the WHO expert team arrived in Wuhan at noon yesterday and were arranged to stay in a quarantine hotel."
4. Various of reporters
5. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Zhao Lijian, spokesman, Ministry of Foreign Affairs:
"China's remote coronavirus test requirement is based on the current international epidemic situation and refers to the practices of many countries. The purpose is to ensure the personnel exchanges in an orderly manner between China and foreign countries by adopting epidemic control and prevention measures as the premise. This is not only to safeguard the hard-won achievements in the epidemic prevention and control efforts in China, but also to minimize the risk of cross-infection on their way to China, for the sake of the health and safety of all people."
6. Various of reporters
7. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Zhao Lijian, spokesman, Ministry of Foreign Affairs:
"In support of the WHO's efforts, China agreed to carry out the second round of IgM antibody test on relevant experts. The British expert showed negative result for the test but that of the Qatari expert still showed positive. We have agreed the British expert to come to China. China will continue to maintain contact with the WHO on relevant issues and make joint efforts to carry out origin-tracing cooperation between the two sides."
8. Press briefing in progress

Wuhan City, Hubei Province, central China - Jan 14, 2021 (CGTN - No access Chinese mainland)
9. Plane parked at airport apron
10. Various of WHO scientists walking away under guidance of people wearing protective suits
11. Experts getting on bus
12. Experts on bus
13. Various of bus leaving


Most members of an expert team of World Health Organization (WHO) have arrived in China and began a mandatory quarantine in a designated hotel in Wuhan before carrying out joint cooperation with Chinese counterparts on researching the origin of the COVID-19 virus, said Ministry of Foreign Affairs spokesman Zhao Lijian in a press briefing on Friday.

"After consultation between the two sides, the Chinese government had agreed that the WHO would send experts to China on Jan. 14 to exchange ideas with Chinese counterparts on science-based cooperation in novel coronavirus origin-tracing," Zhao said.

Mentioning that two members of the expert team who failed to board a flight to China from Singapore after testing positive for COVID-19 antibodies, Zhao said, "China's remote coronavirus test requirement is based on the current international epidemic situation and refers to the practices of many countries. The purpose is to ensure the personnel exchanges in an orderly manner between China and foreign countries by adopting epidemic control and prevention measures as the premise."

Concerning that China requires passengers flying from Singapore to take a nucleic acid test and an IgM antibody test up to two days before boarding flights to the country, the spokesman explained, "This is not only to safeguard the hard-won achievements in the epidemic prevention and control efforts in China, but also to minimize the risk of cross-infection on their way to China, for the sake of the health and safety of all people."

"In support of the WHO's efforts, China agreed to carry out the second round of IgM antibody test on relevant experts. The British expert showed negative result for the test but that of the Qatari expert still showed positive. We have agreed the British expert to come to China. China will continue to maintain contact with the WHO on relevant issues and make joint efforts to carry out origin-tracing cooperation between the two sides," he said.

ID : 8173755

Published : 2021-01-15 17:41

Last Modified : 2021-01-16 15:27:47

Source : China Central Television (CCTV)

Restrictions : No access Chinese mainland

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