Zhang Wenhong “We are particularly alert to imported cases,” explained Zhang Wenhong. “If we can keep a step ahead of the virus, we will be rewarded with huge strategic advantage afterwards.” For the whole year of 2020, Zhang Wenhong has busied himself leading Shanghai’s combat with COVID-19 as if in a race against time.
Zhang's 95-page doctorate paper, accounts roughly 70,000 words. The hashtag "Zhang Wenhong's paper doesn't make up as academic misconduct" was soon trending on Sina Weibo, with more than 280...
Dr. Zhang Wenhong, one of China’s foremost infectious disease experts, has played a critical role in China’s management of COVID-19. Followed by tens of millions of people on Chinese social media platforms, his opinions also wield great influence.
As the leader of the Shanghai medical treatment expert group, he last attended Shanghai Epidemic The prevention and control conference will be held on March 25. On April 8, Shanghai held a press conference on epidemic prevention and control, and Zhang Wenhong was still absent. It once sparked speculation that it was adjusted or marginalized.
Zhang Wenhong is director of the infectious diseases department at Huashan Hospital in Shanghai. This article is based on the remarks he gave Sunday at a forum organized by Shanghai Communication University. The U.K. prime minister claims that a second wave of the coronavirus has begun in his country.
Chinese respiratory disease expert Zhang Wenhong at a photo exhibition featuring China's anti-Covid efforts in Shanghai on April 29, 2020. XINHUA FILE PHOTO LAST Friday, China released the 10th edition of the Covid-19 prevention and control protocol.
On December 29, 2022, the work schedule of Zhang Wenhong, leader of the Shanghai New Crown Epidemic Prevention and Treatment Expert Group and director of the Infectious Diseases Department of Huashan Hospital Affiliated to Fudan University, is also a microcosm of the recent busy state of Shanghai treatment experts.
Zhang Wenhong, an infectious disease expert in Shanghai and arguably China’s most trusted voice on Covid-19, said the new variant would have “no major impact on China at this time.”
Zhang Wenhong, director of the China National Center for Infectious Diseases, pointed out that the infection rate of this wave of epidemics in China is already very high. Many large cities have exceeded 50%, and the Lunar New Year will reach 80%.
Photo: Zhang Wenhong. An infectious disease expert has sparked controversy among netizens by suggesting kids have eggs and milk for breakfast, not porridge, during the pandemic prevention period ...