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TRUELY SAID. THIS CORONA VIRUS SPREADS FROM TOUCHING THINGS BY CORONA INFECTED PERSON. ARE OUR AGENCIES WORRIED ABOUT THAT . WHO IS PACKING FROZEN FOOODS, OR TOYS IN CHINA .IS THERE NO INFECTED PERSON WORKING. ITS A MATTER OF DEEP CONCERN. more  

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All imports from China should be temporarily suspended with immediate effect even if it creates crisis in our markets of electronic products. Prevention is more important. more  
I too feel that the virus' life is not more than a couple of hours at the maxm. All the goods transported from any country will remain isolate during shipment and the virus will die in a short time. So we need not be over worried about the imports. That we can ban imports from China under this pretext is a different matter - more political / economical than regarding health safety. more  
The virus does not survive on non living things for long. The virus uses the human body as the host and transmits from one human to another. By the logic being discussed on this group, all those infected should be left to die. get more awareness as to how a virus spreads and which living being it attacks. Imports that need to be banned are any non veg packaged food since animals like humans act as host to this virus. more  
WHY BUY CHINESE JUNK PRODUCTS? PLEASE BUY ONLY SWADESHI PRODUCTS IN YOUR OWN INTEREST. more  
you won't have a smartphone in hand if you junk Chinese products. Even the best - APPLE are made in china. we dont make in india we assemble in India. Mother boards, semi conductors are imported from china. more  
Wonder as to why our Government has yet not banned Chinese goods and it's import to India too? more  
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