Truckloads of supplies sent to help Jilin fight COVID-19

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Truckloads of daily necessities were sent from northeast China’s Heilongjiang Province to its neighboring province of Jilin on April 6 to help curb the COVID-19 resurgence. According to the daily report released by China’s National Health Commission on April 7, Jilin Province on April 6 reported 890 local confirmed cases and 1,546 asymptomatic carriers.

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