China reacts swiftly to plug loopholes in wild animal protection after COVID-19
Since the outbreak of COVID-19, the Chinese government has been working on new wild animal protection laws across the country. China took step to ban illegal wildlife trade and consumption on February 24. Was that just the first step? What will come next? Check out this video.
More than 80 percent of inoculation programs in Indonesia have been disrupted by COVID-19, and the government says it is trying to get them back on track, with the health ministry advising provinces on how to continue vaccinating, safely.
But even a brief pause in these essential programs could put millions of children's lives at risk.
Al Jazeera's Jessica Washington reports from Jakarta, Indonesia. Preocupa a expertos en Indonesia aumento de personas con COVID-19 a más de 50.000 While much of the world grapples with the medical, social and economic fallout from Covid-19, China - the country where the global pandemic began - says it now has the virus well under control.
From Hong Kong to the South China Sea, China is once again pushing ahead with what it sees as the pursuit of its national interest as it emerges from the crisis.
The BBC's Paul Adams looks at why China might be taking action now.
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