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China started moving towards Corona lockdown again


Corona is starting to rise again in China and due to increasing cases of Corona, the country is moving towards lockdown again.

According to foreign media reports, due to the increasing number of cases of the global pandemic Corona in China, Shanghai has been closed from today to enforce strict entry rules.

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More public places have also been closed in China’s capital, Beijing.

Chinese authorities are worried about the increasing number of cases of Corona, and parks and museums in Beijing have been completely closed.

Stricter rules are also planned for those arriving in China’s financial hub Shanghai from today.

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It should be noted that China reported 28,127 new locally transmitted corona cases on Monday, which is close to its daily number since April.

About half of the total corona infections are in the southern city of Guangzhou and the southwestern municipality of Chongqing.

In the capital Beijing, the number of cases of the virus is also reaching new highs every day, prompting the city’s government to ask residents to show proof of a negative test older than 48 hours to enter public buildings.

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On Tuesday, Shanghai ordered the closure of cultural and entertainment venues in seven of its 16 districts after 48 new local infections were reported.

Tianjin, near Beijing, on the other hand, became the latest city to order citywide testing.

Shanghai authorities have said that further restrictions will be implemented in the city from today and stricter rules will be enforced for people entering the city.

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