Protocols to prevent coronavirus outbreaks should include tracking and tracing imported frozen food after researchers linked imported fish with clusters in Beijing and Qingdao. Photo: AP Photo
Protocols to prevent coronavirus outbreaks should include tracking and tracing imported frozen food after researchers linked imported fish with clusters in Beijing and Qingdao. Photo: AP Photo

Coronavirus: frozen food firms as culprit in two outbreaks in China, sparking warning over cold imports

  • Investigators narrow down possible cause of clusters in Beijing and Qingdao to cold-chain food
  • Even though the risk is low, researchers say Covid-19 prevention measures should include strict scrutiny of imported frozen goods

Protocols to prevent coronavirus outbreaks should include tracking and tracing imported frozen food after researchers linked imported fish with clusters in Beijing and Qingdao. Photo: AP Photo
Protocols to prevent coronavirus outbreaks should include tracking and tracing imported frozen food after researchers linked imported fish with clusters in Beijing and Qingdao. Photo: AP Photo
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