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December 31, the ninth day of the twelfth lunar month, Saturday!
here, read the world for 60 seconds every day!
1, the Ministry of Education: colleges and universities no longer carry out all-staff nucleic acid screening, no epidemic schools to carry out normal offline teaching activities. School epidemic prevention materials should be kept in reserve for more than one week;On the morning of
2 and 30, a multi-vehicle collision occurred on the Gaoyou Lake Bridge in Jiangsu Province. Witnesses: the bridge deck was frozen and foggy, and at least 50 or 60 vehicles were hit. Traffic police: there were no casualties;
3. Auspicious Airlines: From January 18 next year, the operation of international flights from Shanghai to Chiang Mai will resume; The fuel surcharge for air tickets will be reduced again: from January 5, the flight segment over 800 kilometers will be reduced to 80 yuan;
4. Hong Kong Department of Health: Retail pharmacies are not allowed to sell Pfizer and Merck to the public;
5. Shanghai: The free testing service for normalized nucleic acid testing points has been extended to January 7, 2023. Pfizer’s new crown oral medicine has been used in a number of community health service centers and can use medical insurance; Hainan: the province’s estimated infection rate has reached 50%, and Sanya and Haikou as a whole have passed the peak;
6. Chengdu, Sichuan: Parents who take refuge in their adult children can purchase a house in the area corresponding to the purchase restriction of household registration;
7. Gome Retail: Gome received an application for bankruptcy liquidation, 4.7 million claims have not yet been confirmed, and there is no situation of owed payment to the applicant;
8. Brazil’s “ball king” Pele died of multiple organ failure caused by colon cancer on the 29th at the age of 82;
9. Daw Aung San Suu Kyi was sentenced to another 7 years, involving illegal rental and purchase of helicopters, with a total sentence of 33 years;
Aung San Suu Kyi (left) data map issued by Xinhua News Agency (photo provided by the State Council Office of Myanmar)
10. Russia’s Central Bank: Allow remittances to unfriendly countries in rubles; Foreign media: Vietnam’s GDP grew by 8.02% in 2022, a new high since 1997; On the 30th, an explosion occurred in a restaurant in Ayden, Turkey, killing 7 people and injuring 4 others;
An explosion at a restaurant in Aydin, Turkey, has killed 7 people and injured 4.
11. South Korean media: South Korea’s army said it would launch a new type of suicide drone next year to deal with North Korea’s provocation of invading South Korea’s airspace;
According to Yonhap News Agency’s report on December 30, the South Korean military stated that it will officially launch the quad-rotor suicide drone “Rotem-L” delivered by Israel Aviation Industry Corporation (IAI) to the South Korean Army Special Operations Command in March 2022 from January 2023 “.
12. The U.S. House Ways and Means Committee released Trump’s tax returns: hundreds of pages of data, more than 1G of data, tax payments in 2016 and 2017 were only $750, while in 2020 it was zero;
13. South Korea: Chinese inbound passengers need nucleic acid testing, both before and after entering the country. European CDC: Restricting Chinese tourists is unreasonable. France: There is no need to impose border control on China;
14. The United States has approved the sale of an anti-tank mine-laying system worth about US $0.18 billion to Taiwan, which claims to be able to fight against Type 99 main battle tanks. Ministry of Defense: China is strongly dissatisfied and will resolutely counter it;
The “volcano” anti-tank mine system was born during the Cold War. After the end of the Cold War, the system was sealed for 20 years. It was not until 2017 that the US military reactivated the system. It is reported that the “volcano” mine-laying system is divided into two versions: air and land, while the Taiwan army is purchasing the land version.
15. The U.S. military said that last week a Chinese fighter plane “dangerously” approached a U.S. aircraft in the South China Sea. Ministry of Foreign Affairs: The United States has long sent ships and planes to conduct close reconnaissance of China, seriously endangering China’s national security;
Video screenshots released by the US military. According to the United States, on December 21, a J-11 fighter plane flew to the front of the RC-135, within “20 feet (6 meters)” from its nose. Reuters also quoted an unnamed U.S. military spokesperson as saying that the J-11 was less than 10 feet (3 meters) from the RC-135 wing. The US Indo-Pacific Command stressed that this “unsafe maneuver” forced RC-135 to take evasive measures to avoid collisions.
[whispers] if you don’t eat other people’s food, don’t take what others say too much to heart.