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- China to store 26 mln A/H1N1 flu vaccine shots
China will have reserves of 26 million A/H1N1 flu vaccine shots at the end of October, according to a news briefing jointly held by the Ministry of Health (MOH) and the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)in Beijing Wednesday.
- Beijing starts A/H1N1 flu vaccinations
The national capital Beijing took the lead in the country to start A/H1N1 flu vaccination program Monday, the municipal health authorities announced.
- Spike in cases signals busy season for H1N1
The Chinese mainland saw a spike in H1N1 flu cases during the weekend, with 1,598 infections confirmed between Friday and Monday. The new cases bring the mainland's cumulative total to 9,103, said the Ministry of Health.
- China closes 3 schools after A/H1N1 flu outbreaks
Three schools in China were closed in an effort to prevent further spread of A/H1N1 influenza, local authorities said Sunday.
- Celebration rehearsal concluded at Beijing Tian'anmen Square
A National Day evening gala rehearsal concluded at Beijing's Tian'anmen Square in the early hours of Sunday morning. The rehearsal featured fireworks, a performance and a laser light show for the 60th anniversary celebration of the founding of the People's Republic of China.
- Historic Achievements: 60 Years of Educational Reform and Development
- China builds security 'moat' around capital
China will launch a project joined by seven municipalities, provinces and an autonomous region to build a security "moat" to keep its capital city safe during the People's Republic's 60th National Day celebrations.
- Dogs put bark in National Day security
More than a hundred police dogs will accompany security groups to ensure that celebrations on Oct 1 run smoothly, according to the Hong Kong-based Ta Kung Pao newspaper.
- Beijing post bans packages with liquids
China Post will not allow people to mail parcels containing liquids from any post offices in Beijing, starting today, according to - the Beijing Express Mail Service Corporation., the Beijing News reported Thursday.
- China deploys armed police for National Day run-up
China is tightening security with tens of thousands of armed policemen guarding major facilities and streets during the country's 60th founding anniversary, which falls on Oct. 1.
- Launch ceremony of regular cross-Straits flights cancelled
All mainland cities, including Harbin and Jinan, which become newly operating scheduled direct passenger flights to Taiwan, have cancelled the flight launch ceremony due to Dalai Lama's recent visit to Taiwan, reported Monday.
- Mainland reiterates position on Dalai's Taiwan visit
The Chinese mainland Sunday reiterated its "resolute opposition" against the Dalai Lama's visit to Taiwan.
- Dalai Lama Taiwan tour denounced
Beijing yesterday denounced the proposed visit of the Dalai Lama to Taiwan while accusing the island's opposition Democratic Progressive Party's (DPP) "evil motive" to damage cross-Straits relations.
- Mainland 'resolutely opposes' proposed Dalai Lama's visit to Taiwan
The Chinese mainland said Thursday it "resolutely opposes" the proposed visit of the Dalai Lama to Taiwan "in whatever form and capacity."
- China passes armed police law
China's top legislature passed the country's first law on the armed police, giving the force new duties and statutory authority to respond to security emergencies.
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