Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here.China said Saturday that its ventilators and masks to be sent abroad will be subject to quality inspections after a chorus of complaints from half a dozen countries they were substandard for the fight against coronavirus.The Chinese customs agency said Saturday that masks, ventilators, surgical gowns, goggles, and other supplies will be treated as medical goods. This would require exporters to show they meet the quality standards of their destination market.The newspaper Beijing Daily reported the shipments would be inspected by a government agency before being approved for export. No other details were immediately provided.CLICK HERE FOR FULL CORONAVIRUS COVERAGEChina, the biggest producer of surgical masks and other medical products, has come under fire in recent weeks from several countries for faulty test kits and equipment after the ones they purchased were deemed too unreliable.Since the outbreak of COVID-19 – first detected late last year in the southern city of Wuhan – China has been accused of multiple cover-ups and deliberately lying about its infection and death rates. Beijing, meanwhile, has attempted to rebrand itself as a leader in tackling the virus, despite the chorus


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