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The Shanghai subway is completely closed due to the outbreak of COVID-19

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The Shanghai subway is completely closed due to the outbreak of COVID-19

The Shanghai subway is completely closed due to the outbreak of COVID-19

Beijing (Sputnik)-The last two lines of the Shanghai subway ended on Tuesday afternoon, shutting down the entire city’s subway system … 10.05.2022, Sputnik International

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“Starts at 1am [05:00 GMT] On May 10, 2022, the 6th and 16th subway lines will be suspended until further notice. Currently, all lines and stations of the Shanghai subway are closed. ” The Shanghai subway is the longest subway in the world, with a route length of 831 kilometers (516 miles). The Shanghai subway system consists of 20 lines. Prior to the line and 508 stations, and the COVID-19 pandemic, there was a record average daily passenger number, accounting for 10 million. 25 million Shanghai authorities said COVID-19. In the midst of a surge, we imposed a blockade on March 28th. An infectious disease that reveals hundreds of symptomatic cases and thousands of asymptomatic cases. The original plan was to facilitate mass testing throughout the city, and the blockade was scheduled to be lifted on April 5. The nationwide proliferation of COVID-19 in China began in early March, with more than 20,000 cases registered daily. It began to decline gradually in late April, and the number of new ones increased. The number of cases this Monday has dropped to 8,855. Chinese authorities continue to work on a “zero tolerance” policy by imposing a strict blockade on the slightest threat of disease outbreaks.

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Beijing (Sputnik)-The last two lines of the Shanghai subway ended on Tuesday afternoon and stopped until the entire Shanghai subway system was notified later.

“Starts at 1am [05:00 GMT] On May 10, 2022, the 6th and 16th subway lines will be suspended until further notice. Currently, all lines and stations of the Shanghai subway are closed. “

The Shanghai subway is the longest subway in the world, with a route length of 831 km (516 miles). The Shanghai subway system consists of 20 lines and 508 stations, with average daily passenger traffic of 10 million people before the COVID-19 pandemic.

Strong 25 million Shanghai authorities impose a blockade on March 28 amid a surge in COVID-19 infection, revealing hundreds of symptomatic and thousands of asymptomatic cases became. The original plan was to ease mass testing throughout the city and the blockade was scheduled to be lifted on April 5. However, due to continued high infection rates, the blockade was extended without a clear end date.

China is sending military personnel to Shanghai as the COVID-19 blockade enters the second week

The nationwide proliferation of COVID-19 in China began in early March, with more than 20,000 cases registered daily. The decline began gradually in late April, and this Monday the number of new cases dropped to 8,855. Chinese authorities continue to work on a “zero tolerance” policy by imposing a strict blockade on the slightest threat of disease outbreaks.

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