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Covid-19 cases in China are higher

Xi’An, China, has tightened travel restrictions in the city yesterday as it launched a new test round on the fifth day of the blockade of 13 million people.
Xi’An reported 150 new cases of locally symptomatic coronavirus on Sunday, slightly down from 155 the day before, and authorities could face detention and fines for those who ignore travel and inspection rules. I warned that there was.
The number of cases in Xi’An remains small compared to many clusters in other countries, but authorities are in line with the government’s willingness to contain the outbreak immediately when traveling and leaving the city. We impose strict restrictions. Authorities have not announced infection with the Omicron variant of the 635 cases confirmed in Xi’An from December 9th to Sunday.
China has detected only a handful of Omicron infections in foreign travelers and their south.
Nationally, China reported 162 domestic symptomatic cases on Sunday. This increased from 158 the day before. This is the highest number of cases since the classification of asymptomatic carriers was started in the official daily report at the end of March last year.
Since last week, residents of Xi’An have not been allowed to leave the city without the permission of their employer or authorities.
Since yesterday, vehicles are banned from being brought onto the road unless the offender is detained by police for up to 10 days and fined 500 yuan ($ 78.48) for anti-virus or people’s lives. I am. The city yesterday told residents not to leave the house unless they provided samples in a new round of city-wide testing. According to the city government, if the test is negative, people in low-risk areas are allowed to buy essentials. According to police, those who refuse to comply with the rules during the exam may face detention and fines, including lining up the meters and keeping them away from each other.

http://www.gulf-times.com/story/707010/China-s-Covid-19-cases-edge-higher Covid-19 cases in China are higher

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