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Coronavirus outbreak gives public health in China the push it needs


An officer stands between tents for screening visitors outside the clinic building of Changhai Hospital in Shanghai, China Monday, Feb. 03, 2020.

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BEIJING — The global coronavirus pandemic is propelling more money and government support for public health in China.

Whether it’s new policies, capital, or even a school, the outbreak of what’s officially called COVID-19 has intensified national attention on the inadequacy of China’s public health infrastructure, from hospital beds to medical expertise.

The health care challenges are global and not limited to China, which has come under fire for early cover-up of the highly contagious disease and recent attempts to deflect its…


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