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Coronavirus: China tightens surveillance of chilled food imports

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]China has stepped up its surveillance of cold food imports and introduced new penalties for safety breaches amid rising concerns of coronavirus contamination in supply chains.A new regulation went into force on Friday after an academic study released last week showed the pathogen could survive on chilled salmon for eight days at 4 degrees Celsius – the temperature at which the fish and most other seafood products are usually transported.The research was compiled by teams from South China…

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China has stepped up its surveillance of cold food imports and introduced new penalties for safety breaches amid rising concerns of coronavirus contamination in supply chains.A new regulation went into force on Friday after an academic study released last week showed the pathogen could survive on chilled salmon for eight days at 4 degrees Celsius – the temperature at which the fish and most other seafood products are usually transported.The research was compiled by teams from South China…

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