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Q: Do you consider working in Wuhan after 2 months?

The novel coronavirus outbreak is hitting a peak in China this month and may be over by April, the government’s senior medical adviser said.

 

Do you consider working in Wuhan after 2 months if there won't be any new cases there  or you don't consider to work there until there is a vaccine for covid19?

23 weeks 9 min ago in  General  - China

 
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Yes, I do! ... if it comes out Ncov isn't infective toward    non-native English-ers ... 

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Yes, I do! ... if it comes out Ncov isn't infective toward    non-native English-ers ... 

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Good answer!!

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Most of my foreign friends(around 80 percent) don`t want to come back to China until september since there is still no vaccine for covid-19.

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I would consider working in Wuhan after 2 months if there won't be any new cases there  or you don't consider to work there until there is a vaccine for covid19. This due to the fact that, I consider myself as physically fit for work and at the same time the People's Republic of China Government will always extend its hand to those in need

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