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

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
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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