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China also said it will take further “reciprocal measures against American journalists”, without giving specifics.
The coronavirus death toll has reached nearly 1,400 in mainland China.
The number of reported cases has been rising more quickly after the hardest-hit province changed its method of counting them Thursday.
The new virus outbreak has killed at least 811 people in mainland China.
Police forced the doctor to sign a statement claiming he was spreading falsehoods about the coronavirus, which later took his life.
Dr. Li Wenliang was reprimanded by police for "spreading rumors" about the deadly virus, which he contracted himself.
The semiautonomous territory reported its first coronavirus death this week.
“We have launched a people’s war of prevention of the epidemic," President Xi Jinping said.
The virus outbreak has killed 132 people and infected more than 6,000 people in the Chinese mainland and abroad.
“Your statements come at a time when we would hope to see Americans standing up and speaking out," the legislators wrote in a letter.
Lee Meng-chu went missing after sharing photos documenting the Chinese military buildup on the Hong Kong border.
The central government in Beijing ominously characterized the current protest movement as something approaching "terrorism."
Demonstrations began early last month in opposition to an extradition bill that has since been suspended, but the movement has become a push for full democracy.
Demonstrators took to the streets again on Sunday, chanting "Free Hong Kong" and demanding the resignation of the city's leader.
Protesters oppose the government-backed legislation that would allow people to be extradited to mainland China to face charges.
The 34-mile bridge connects the semi-autonomous regions of Hong Kong and Macau to the Chinese mainland.
The plane was carrying out a routine mission over the South China Sea, according to an Air Force official.
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The recently approved Shanghai FTZ is slated to be a test bed for convertibility of China's yuan currency and further liberalization