A public notice posted at the Central Hospital in Zhejiang’s Wenzhou, a city that has been dubbed “China’s Jerusalem” because of its high concentration of christians, made patients and their visitors unequivocally aware of the new rules this week.
“Religious activities are banned in this hospital,” the notice said. The Wenzhou Central Hospital was originally set up as a protestant hospital.
An employee who answered the phone at the same hospital on Thursday confirmed the new measures.
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