(Worthy News) – Beijing tightened restrictions on millions of residents following a surge of COVID-19 cases, Chinese state-run media reported Thursday.
Seeking to quarantine Beijing’s eastern Chaoyang prefecture from the rest of China’s capital, the city’s municipal government suspended service for dozens of bus lines and subway stations around the afflicted district, People’s Daily reported. The local government also ordered Chaoyang’s 3.5 million inhabitants to work from home beginning on Thursday.
Beijing Center for Disease Prevention and Control announced the city’s current outbreak, which began on April 22, has resulted in 505 confirmed COVID-19 cases, People’s Daily reported. This tally already surpasses the total number of cases stemming from the city’s 2020 Xinfadi wet market outbreak. [ Source: Daily Caller (Read More…) ]
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