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. Australian man Mike, who is living in the epicenter of the epidemic is safer in Wuhan now than in Australia.

The British “Daily Mail” article on March 8th, the original title: The Australian in the epicenter of the epidemic in China said that he is now safer in Wuhan than returning to Australia, and the Australian government should adopt “strong (prevention) measures. Now Australian man Mike, who lives in the epicenter of the epidemic, says it is safer in Wuhan now than in Australia. The NSW man has lived in a condo in Hubei for weeks. Although living in the epidemic centre, he said that with the With the sudden increase in the number of confirmed cases in Australia, he is more worried about the crisis there. “Australia has been aware of the epidemic for five or six weeks, but has done nothing. ”

He blamed the surge in cases on the lack of response from the Australian government. He said the Chinese government’s extraordinary measures were effective. He was impressed by the Chinese government’s efforts to protect everyone’s food supply. (Author Karen Ruiz)

United Kingdom “Times” March 8 article, the original title: Teacher Ben Kawana said that Dublin is now more susceptible to illness than in Wuhan. An Irish teacher who has become a frequent visitor to the international media during the New Crown epidemic said that Ireland ’s efforts to curb the epidemic The work is inefficient and the authorities need to take decisive action in accordance with China’s response route. After two weeks of quarantine in Liverpool, Ben Kawana, who had previously taught psychology in Wuhan, returned to Ireland. He said that he is more worried about being infected in Dublin than in China. .

“Europe does not take seriously enough the outbreak. It is too late to take any preventive measures now, “he said, and he should learn from China.” If people take proactive precautionary measures, don’t worry. We need to find a middle ground between hysteria and desperation. ”

Responsible editor: Zhang Jianli