Covid-19: Sanctions are on the rise in Beijing

Covid-19: Sanctions are on the rise in Beijing

Authorities are conducting a mass test to identify the Kovid-19, most of Beijing’s nearly 25 million residents, as well as closing some public places and increasing restrictions. The measures were implemented in the capital on Thursday (April 26th) to avoid a lockdown like in Shanghai, the country’s largest city, Reuters reported. Since this week, several areas in Beijing have been subjected to three rounds of public testing to identify covid.

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Lockdown has been imposed on several residential compounds, office areas and a university in the city due to the covid infection. Several schools, festival venues and tourist centers have also been closed. Of the nearly 20 million samples collected in the first phase of the Beijing-wide survey, coronavirus was found in the bodies of a few, but the number of infected was limited.

The virus was found in the bodies of 50 new people last Wednesday. The previous day this number was 34. Of the more than 160 covid patients found in Beijing since April 22, more than half were found in Chaoyang, the city’s most populous area. Although the number of patients is low, Beijing has been on alert since the beginning. Andrew Ward, a 36-year-old Canadian man living in a small house called Hatings in a narrow alley in the area, was sent to a hotel quarantine on Thursday; However, the identification test did not match the existence of the virus in his body. On Wednesday, a group of people wearing hazmat suits came to the house in the Dongcheng area of ​​the ward and tested the presence of the virus in his body.

‘I was a little upset because I was spending all my money and time hoarding food in the lockdown at home,’ said Ward, who works at an international school. Authorities sealed off several Hutchings in Dongcheng on Thursday after the virus was detected in one person’s body. Dongcheng and Xicheng, Cinema halls have been closed since Thursday in these two important areas of the heart of Beijing. Yanqing, a small district north of Beijing with a population of 3.5 million, said it was also going to start “screening” residents and those who came to work in the district. Reuters reported that Yanking was not on the list of areas where authorities had ordered mass detection tests this week. Pingu District, northeast of Beijing, said it would also test the covid of its 456,000 residents on Thursday and Saturday. Earlier, the number of newly diagnosed covid patients was below 100 per day from March 1 to 10 at the beginning of the outbreak in Shanghai, the largest city in China. They are also going to start ‘screening’ residents and people who come to work in the district. Reuters reported that Yanking was not on the list of areas where authorities had ordered mass detection tests this week. Pingu District, northeast of Beijing, said it would also test the covid of its 456,000 residents on Thursday and Saturday.

Earlier, the number of newly diagnosed covid patients was below 100 per day from March 1 to 10 at the beginning of the outbreak in Shanghai, the largest city in China. They are also going to start ‘screening’ residents and people who come to work in the district. Reuters reported that Yanking was not on the list of areas where authorities had ordered mass detection tests this week. Pingu District, northeast of Beijing, said it would also test the covid of its 456,000 residents on Thursday and Saturday. Earlier, the number of newly diagnosed covid patients was below 100 per day from March 1 to 10 at the beginning of the outbreak in Shanghai, the largest city in China. They will also test the covid of their 4 lakh 56 thousand residents on Thursday and Saturday. Earlier, the number of newly diagnosed covid patients was below 100 per day from March 1 to 10 at the beginning of the outbreak in Shanghai, the largest city in China. They will also test the covid of their 4 lakh 56 thousand residents on Thursday and Saturday. Earlier, the number of newly diagnosed covid patients was below 100 per day from March 1 to 10 at the beginning of the outbreak in Shanghai, the largest city in China.

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