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According to a Nov 17, 2020 "addendum" paper by Shi et al. published in Nature, the conserved serum samples from those miners were recently retested and do not test positive for SARS-CoV-2 antibodies: Between 1 July and 1 October 2012, we received 13 serum samples collected from 4 patients (one of whom was deceased) who showed severe respiratory ...


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Hard to say for sure; probably yes to some extent. While one can find articles even in the Global Times on sex toys for women, at least back in 2016, there seems to be a less tolerant attitude among censors more recently, as reported by NYT in 2019: Not long after Ms. Zhao moved back to China in 2015, she started Yummy, whose app features an online shop ...


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Hard to say how common that sampling method is, but Reuters has a 2019 piece Switzerland-based Education First (EF), which runs 300 schools across 50 Chinese cities, has seen a “significant” increase in detentions in China for alleged offences including drugs, fighting and cybersecurity violations, according to a June 27 internal notice sent to employees ...


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