Presentation on theme: "Suspected flu case reported China’s Ministry of Health said Monday that a man in Guangdong who returned home on May 15 from a tour in the US and Canada."— Presentation transcript:
Suspected flu case reported China’s Ministry of Health said Monday that a man in Guangdong who returned home on May 15 from a tour in the US and Canada via South Korea and Hong Kong was suspected of having caught the A/H1N1 influenza. En route from Hong Kong to Guangdong by train T810, he was sent to a hospital in Guangdong and put into quarantine. The ministry said he was currently in a stable condition. The quality watchdog demanded that all people entering China, starting from Monday, should fill out a form about their itinerary for the next 7 days.
New measures to monitor cabs Shanghai taxi authorities will install surveillance cameras at 17 locations in the city to crack down on drivers who break the rules by refusing to take passengers for short journeys or on congested routes, local media reported. LED lamp shave also been fixed to some taxis which will indicate whether the taxi is available, out of service or on its way to a booking.
Arctic resources map out Canada has unveiled the first comprehensive Arctic atlas, detailing geological features that point to where oil, gas, gold and diamond deposits are likely to be hidden beneath snow and ice, AFP reported. The maps contain data collected and compiled over several years by Canada, Russia, the US, Denmark, Norway, Finland and Sweden at a cost of $1b.