Do you know what happened in China last week? Take our weekly news quiz to test your knowledge and get up to speed on the latest developments in case you missed something.
Central China's Hubei Province has made it mandatory for pharmacies to collect and register the personal information of people buying fever and cough medicine. Which of the following data they are not required to collect?
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Staff and COVID-19 patients at makeshift hospitals in central China's Wuhan City have been keeping themselves entertained in these dismal times. According to several videos that emerged last week, what has been their main mode of entertainment?
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Chinese experts have developed a new kit for detecting the novel coronavirus pneumonia (COVID-19). How long does it take to give a result?
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In these times of novel coronavirus, there has been an increase in the number of hours people in China spend watching TV. How many hours a day on average did a Chinese person spend watching TV during the two weeks after the Chinese New Year?
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As many as 15,152 new cases of novel coronavirus were reported in China on February 12 as compared to only 2,015 new cases on February 11. What caused such a sharp increase in cases in just one day?
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Eastern China's Hangzhou City has launched a modern technological measure to limit the movement of virus-infected people, thereby controlling the spread of COVID-19. What is the measure about?
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Doing their bit in the fight against COVID-19, a number of scenic spots in China have decided to offer free entry to ______________