The risk of a new large-scale COVID-19 outbreak in China in the short term is minimal, despite a recent uptick in new infections, according to health experts.
Community healthcare institutions in Shanghai have done their best to add beds and ventilators, and better allocate medical resources to ensure that every patient could receive timely treatment and the risk of severe illness can be early detected.
China has detailed measures to promote the role of information and technology in the development of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) during the 14th Five-Year Plan period (2021-2025).
By 2025, the number of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) personnel in China's medical and healthcare institutions will surpass 1 million, according to a TCM-related talent development plan.
China will target violations related to COVID-19, medical insurance fraud and livestreaming sales that involve health workers during the latest crackdown on irregular practices in the healthcare sector, according to a notice released by authorities on Tuesday.