China has tightened its controls on imports of chilled food to reduce the risk of new coronavirus infections. Photo: Shutterstock China has tightened its controls on imports of chilled food to reduce the risk of new coronavirus infections. Photo: Shutterstock
China has tightened its controls on imports of chilled food to reduce the risk of new coronavirus infections. Photo: Shutterstock

Coronavirus: China tightens surveillance of chilled food imports

  • Customs authority says foreign suppliers will face bans if their packaging tests positive for the deadly pathogen more than once
  • New rule comes after study shows virus can survive on chilled salmon for up to eight days

Topic |   Coronavirus China
China has tightened its controls on imports of chilled food to reduce the risk of new coronavirus infections. Photo: Shutterstock China has tightened its controls on imports of chilled food to reduce the risk of new coronavirus infections. Photo: Shutterstock
China has tightened its controls on imports of chilled food to reduce the risk of new coronavirus infections. Photo: Shutterstock
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