1. A new animal-to-human virus “Langyi” has been found in Shandong and Henan provinces of China. During screening for patients with fever, symptoms include fever, fatigue, cough, anorexia, myalgia, nausea and so on. At present, it is impossible to determine the human-to-human transmission of the virus, shrews or the natural host of the virus.
2. Beijing: the payment of old-age insurance can be postponed for less than 15 years upon retirement. If the insured is still less than 15 years after the extended payment for 5 years, the fee may be paid in a lump sum for 15 years. Longwan District of Wenzhou plans to pay a monthly subsidy of 500 yuan per child for the second child and 1000 yuan per child for the third child until the age of 3.
3. Shanxi: on the afternoon of the 8th, a roof accident occurred in Qinyuan Coal Mine, killing all five people trapped; a female cyclist in the Tianmen Mountain Scenic spot in Zhangjiajie, Hunan Province, died after falling off a cliff. It fell 40 meters directly, with obvious bruises on the forehead of the body.
4. A plastic surgery “technical dean” in Xi’an died after performing “autologous fat cheek filling” plastic surgery in his outpatient clinic, initially confirming an anesthetic accident. The family refused to interview and said it was private.
5. Following the increase in the price of Meituan and Meituan’s bike, Hello Bike also announced an increase in price. from 2 yuan per time, the price for a 7-day card goes up to 15 yuan, a 30-day card costs 35 yuan, and a 90-day card costs 90 yuan.
6. Tibet: 18 primary screening positive persons were found in Lhasa, and static management was implemented in medium-and high-risk areas, tentatively scheduled for 5 days. Silent management is implemented throughout Xigaze, tentatively for 3 days.
7. Ministry of Communications: encourage the use of self-driving cars to engage in taxi passenger transport activities, but should be equipped with drivers, and the operation route should be far away from crowded places such as schools, hospitals, large-scale commercial supermarkets, etc.; the State Administration of Radio, Film and Television has drawn up new regulations: increase the management regulations on film remuneration, prohibit false publicity such as ratings, click rates and so on.
8. Hainan: a typhoon phase 4 warning has been issued, resulting in the formation of a tropical depression in the South China Sea, which is expected to strengthen into the No. 7 typhoon of this year on the 9th, and make landfall along the coast from the northeast of Hainan Island to the west of Guangdong from the afternoon to the evening of the 10th.
9. Guangdong: planning the five metropolitan areas of Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Zhuxi, Shanchao and Zhanmao
10. Russian media: the governor of Zaporoge state signed an order to hold a referendum on the region’s entry into the Russian Federation. Zelansky: if Russia holds a referendum in a conflict zone, it will close the possibility of negotiations between Ukraine and Russia.
11. South Korean media: 55 Thai tourists from Jeju Island, South Korea are missing, and the Immigration Bureau is currently investigating
Germany: the possibility of approving the “Beixi-2” natural gas project has been ruled out. At the same time, the Nord Stream-1 turbine has not yet been shipped to Russia; the Moscow Stock Exchange suspended yen trading on the 8th, canceling its trading collateral status. Japan’s current account surplus fell 63.1% in the first half of the year, the lowest level in eight years.
13. Foreign media: on the 7th, the US Senate passed a $740 billion inflation reduction bill, which would increase taxes on large companies, combat climate change, reduce the cost of prescription drugs, and reduce the fiscal deficit.
14. Foreign media: India plans to squeeze Chinese mobile phone manufacturers out of the “under $150” low-end market, so as to boost India’s weakening domestic mobile phone industry; the United States, Japan and Australia add a suffix to the one-China principle, and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs: illegal and invalid, firmly opposes hollowing out the one-China principle.
15. The supreme commander of the Pakistani Taliban, Khorasani, and three members were killed by a roadside bomb. The identity and motive of the attackers were temporarily unknown. The United States once identified him as the most wanted man and offered a reward of $3 million.
[whisper] there is always a time in the past. I look back at myself for the rest of my life. It turns out that everything has cracks, and that is where the light comes in.