The Chinese edition of BBC tweeted on Tuesday, February 11 that, after making an appearance in Beijing’s residential community and hospital on Monday February 10, Xi Jinping, general secretary of the Chinese Communist Party, warned Chinese officials that their excessive measures to contain the coronavirus could harm the economy,.
China’s Xinhua News Agency reported that Xi chaired a Politburo Standing Committee meeting on February 12, and noted “positive changes” with “positive results” in containing the coronavirus, while acknowledging that containing the outbreak has entered a critical stage.
Li Keqiang, China’s premier also held a State Council meeting on February 11, calling for orderly pushing companies outside Hubei province, where the coronavirus first erupted, to allow workers to go back to work.
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1. Excerpt in Chinese:
BBC Chinese: 中国国家主席习近平警告高层官员，为遏制新型冠状病毒采取的措施大大超过合理范围，已经威胁到中国经济。
— BBC News 中文 (@bbcchinese) February 11, 2020
2. Excerpt in Chinese:
Source: Xinhua, February 12, 2020
3. Excerpt in Chinese:
Source: China State Council’s Website, February 12, 2020