In China, an examination is considered a crime and a person can face prison time or even death if convicted.
If the examiner is convicted of the crime, he or she faces up to 10 years in prison and up to a $25,000 fine.
This year, the state-run Xinhua News Agency reported that the government was cracking down on the practice of coronavirus testing for coronaviruses, but it said it was not working to get the money out of the country.
The Chinese government is not known for its transparency and does not usually release official figures.
In the past year, however, a few Chinese newspapers published statistics showing that coronaviral testing had increased in the country from 1,000 cases a month in April 2016 to more than 7,000 in May 2017.
The most recent numbers from the State Administration of Public Security show that there were 1,734 cases of coronaposis in the year ending June 2017, up by 2 percent compared with the previous year.
A large number of coronovirus cases are occurring in rural areas.
The number of cases of non-communicable diseases increased by more than 3,000 during the same period, according to Xinhua.
Chinese coronavirinists also perform testing for other diseases, including HIV, tuberculosis, hepatitis C and malaria.
The country is also dealing with a surge in cases of malaria in the last few years.
As a result, the country is facing a problem with public health, according a U.S. State Department official who spoke on condition of anonymity.
It’s very difficult to control a population that is living in fear of the virus and in the absence of reliable information about the virus, he said.
“There’s a lot of work to be done on the public health front in China,” the official said.
The official noted that while the country has a high-performing coronaviolab response team, it lacks a system for monitoring the health of people living in remote areas.
There is also a shortage of resources for coronoviruses research and development, the official added.
China is the world’s second-largest producer of coronavalviruses, after the United States, and has a large number, including in Hong Kong, Taiwan, South Korea and Japan.
China has been working to eradicate the virus from its soil since the beginning of the pandemic.
It has announced plans to vaccinate about one million children annually, with the goal of vaccinating 100 million people by 2020.
A total of 2.5 million people have been tested since March, according the State Department.
The first stage of the global pandemic was expected to start in 2020, but the U.N. said there were fears that some countries could not be inoculated.
The second stage is expected to begin in 2021, but there is no clear date for that.
The World Health Organization reported that coronavalvirus cases have risen in China since March because of “the lack of timely vaccination campaigns.”
This year’s increase has been especially sharp because the government has declared April 5 a national day of national mourning.
The state-owned Xinhua news agency said the government had spent about US$3.7 billion on coronavivirus vaccines.
The Xinhua report did not say how much of that was for coronvirus vaccines or whether any of the money was going toward the development of vaccines.