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China has zeroed in on frozen food imports as it tries to keep a lid on Covid-19

China is zeroing in on potential Covid-19 transmission from frozen food after cases were linked to contaminated packaging in recent months, but the World Health Organization and public health experts maintain that the risk is low.According to the global health body’s guidance to food companies, the virus can survive on surfaces for various lengths of time depending on the temperature and humidity level, and for a longer time in cold storage, but “it is highly unlikely that people can contract…

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