• China sees sustained recovery in spite of global economic woes: foreign media (ps. I think it is because the virus are earlier under controlled by others)
  • Students to wear masks at gaokao to curb virus
  • Beijing reports 25 new COVID-19 cases
  • Search continues for source of Beijing COVID-19 strain
  • Guangzhou most favorite city for college grads
  • Hainan continuing nation’s reform process
  • Geely Auto set to be 1st carmaker listed on STAR market
  • White lion cubs make public debut(White lion quadruplets born a month ago, three females and one male, kive at Nantong Forest Safari Park now. )
  • Publication of online literature to see tighter regulation(Recently, the National Press and Publication Administration issued a notice on further strengthening the administration of online literature publication.)
  • Domestic players offered more opportunities to shine
  • Hospital closes temporarily over new infection(Peking University International Hospital in Beijing Changping district was shut down temporarily after discovering a nurse infected with the coronavirus on Thursday, according to a news release from the municipal government on Friday)
  • Japan gears up to begin clinical tests for vaccine
  • China, EU to hold 22nd leaders’meeting via video
  • Summer wheat harvested in Linyi
  • JD nets $38b in shopping carnival sales


  • Cubans tap Chinese tech to build a robot(Cubans experts have taken apart a Chinese electric scooter to build a prototype robot that helps out at a COVID-19 quarantine center on the outskirts of the country’s capital. Juan Antonio Pinera, a researcher at the university, said the quality and availability of Chinese technology in Cuba made it possible to innovate such creation. Palmiche is programmed to carry out daily tasks, including delivering meals, medicine, and medical supplies to resident patients and healthcare workers, while promoting safe social distancing)
  • UN chief calls for protection of jobs amid COVID-19
  • US eateries reopening in midst of challenges(Restaurants in the United States lost $120 billion due to the novel coronavirus pandemic and they will face significant challenges to fully recover as states reopen, say industry experts )

COVID-19 world infections June 19,2020

Global Total Confirmd
Global Death
Global Recovered