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The pandemic has changed the economic situation, especially companies that have built a new mask factory. Before Covid-19 hit, the US imported a lot of personal protective equipment needed by healthcare providers, especially from Asia. Several US companies are spinning into the crisis, such as the liquor company that makes hand sanitizers and the plastic company that makes face shields. But one item that is still in limited supply is the N95 face mask, which provides high levels of filtration of airborne contaminants and is strictly regulated by the US Government.

The Xinjiang Autonomous Region (XUAR) Government, China, invites foreign parties to its area as long as it is not intended to carry out investigations. The use of investigations tends to be corny. "We have a principle that in essence will not accept the so-called 'investigation' because there is a presumption (we) are guilty," said Deputy Director General of Publications of the Chinese Communist Party (CPC) XUAR, Xu Guixiang, in Beijing.

Chairperson of the Indonesian Textile Association (API) Jemmy Kartiwa Sastraatmadja said that the recovery of the textile industry will very much depend on the acceleration and efficiency of the vaccination program. This program is considered to be able to provide certainty for the return of economic activity compared to providing stimulus that is not necessarily on target.