Isolated shopping and residential areas in central Beijing after 6 COVID cases World

Isolated shopping and residential areas in central Beijing after 6 COVID cases  World

an important shopping center in Beijing have been closed and residents of several residential complexes will face compulsory confinement starting this Thursday (11), in the central region of the Chinese capital, due to the recent outbreak of six confirmed cases of Covid-19.

Although the level of infection in India is very low China Compared to most countries, the Chinese government continues to adopt a zero-tolerance strategy against the coronavirus, with severe restrictions and mass testing when some cases are detected.

Six new cases were reported in the Chaoyang and Haidian districts of central Beijing, where a plenary session of Communist Party Central Committee – which adopted a resolution consolidating the power of the country’s President Xi Jinping,

They have been linked to contact with infected people in Jilin province in the country’s northeast, according to the government.

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Four residential complexes, a primary school and a commercial building went into lockdown on ThursdayTens of thousands of people were barred from leaving and forced to pass COVID-19 tests.

Professionals in protective clothing cordoned off confined areas and delivered food to confined residents.

According to the newspaper “Beijing Youth Daily”, the Raffles City shopping mall, in the center of the capital, was closed on Wednesday (10) night after visiting the site after close contact with an infected person.

While other countries have eased measures to reduce the spread of the virus, as vaccination progresses, China maintains its strategy of trying to eliminate the disease entirely when a small outbreak is registered, with strict measures and adopts restrictions on mobility.

A blind man plays a musical instrument near the Raffles City mall, which remained closed this Thursday (November 11, 2021), after close contact with a person with Covid-19 visited the site in Beijing, the capital of China.

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About the author: Muhammad Wayne

Wayne is a reporter who covers everything from oil trading to China's biggest conglomerates and technology companies. Originally from Chicago, he is a graduate of New York University's business and economic reporting program.

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