A long procession of COVID-19 inspections remained in Beijing on Saturday (May 14) as the Chinese capital continued to fight a small but persistent outbreak.
Authorities have already banned food service at restaurants, and the deliveryman’s raft received food orders from a makeshift collection center, leading to a busy scene outside the shopping mall.
“The epidemic has had a relatively large psychological impact on everyone, and everyone is very worried. Many people need to see a psychiatrist after the epidemic is over. I think, “said Yu, a 34-year-old healthcare worker who provided only her name.
Beijing reported 32 new cases of locally infectious symptomatic coronavirus on May 13. This is a decrease from 42 the day before. Official data was shown on Saturday.
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