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US German engineer tested positive for virus after return trip to China

15:25  31 may  2020
15:25  31 may  2020 Source:   pressfrom.com

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A man in his 60s tested positive for the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) shortly after returning from a trip to Hawaii. He has not visited China recently.

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Beijing, May 31 (Reuters) - On the first return trip of German managers and employees to China, of all people, one of the travelers tested positive for the virus after the relaxation in the coronavirus epidemic . China announced on Sunday that there were two new infections and four asymptomatic cases of infection. One of these cases, in which the people show no signs of illness, is a German who entered Tianjin on a chartered Lufthansa aircraft. The 34-year-old engineer showed no symptoms of respiratory disease Covid-19, but the virus was found in him, the authorities of the city of Tianjin said.

According to the local authorities, the man came with the flight LH342 from Frankfurt / Main, that his infection was discovered on Sunday between 00:00 and 06:00 local time. The German was brought to a local hospital and was under medical supervision.

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There were around 200 passengers on board the Lufthansa aircraft, most of them German business people and executives. Such charter flights are part of an accelerated process that the government has offered in Beijing for re-entry and after which the travelers do not have to go into a two-week quarantine. Another Lufthansa charter flight is planned for Wednesday and is scheduled to go to Shanghai.

There are numerous German companies based in China, including Volkswagen, for example. Germany and China are working hard to boost their economies. The People's Republic is by far Germany's most important trading partner. In 2019, goods worth around EUR 206 billion were traded between the two countries. At the end of 2019, the corona epidemic broke out in China, which resulted in strict travel and entry restrictions. (Reporter: Stella Qiu, Ryan Woo Written by Sabine Ehrhardt, edited by Kerstin Dörr If you have any questions, please contact the editorial team on telephone numbers 069-7565 1232 or 030-2888 5168)

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