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New Coronavirus cases in Beijing travel bans re-imposed

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It seems it’s not easy to control coronavirus around the global world till we didn’t make the hundred percent effective vaccination against the corona war.

Chinese authorities have decided to re-impose the ban after 106 cases surfaced in the past few days, and the ban has been turned into an emergency.

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 According to the news agency, Reuter’s citizens have been banned from going out in the capital to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. A Wuhan-style lockdown may be imposed again after the new wave of coronavirus

 New cases have surfaced at the changed wholesale market in north-western Beijing, where thousands of people buy vegetables, fruits, and meat every day. The area connected to the wholesale market has been declared high risk.

 The coronavirus first appeared in Wuhan’s animal market in December last year, after which the entire city was completely locked down, while the coronavirus has infected more than 8 million people worldwide.

 In the wake of the new cases in Beijing, authorities have declared 27 neighborhoods as a medium-risk area, where entrants will have their temperatures checked and registered.

 Beijing Deputy Secretary-General of the local government Shen Bay said the movement of people in the city, including entry and exit, would be controlled.

 He said that passengers going in and out of the country would have to go through a test phase.

 According to the report, despite the announcement of the Chinese authorities, the lockdown is not visible as roads and highways are open, and both Beijing airports have normal activities while there are no restrictions on residential areas.

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 Deputy Secretary-General Shane Bay said companies and factories in the city would not be asked to shut down, but employees would be encouraged to work from home if possible.


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