Synopsis: Amid a surge in Covid cases, Beijing has again restricted travel as the summer vacation gets underway. The mainland of China has again registered hundreds of Covid cases which includes 108 new cases with symptoms and 827 without symptoms for Tuesday.
Amid a surge in Covid cases, Beijing has again restricted travel as the summer vacation gets underway. Hundreds of cases have been registered in mainland of China where 108 new cases with symptoms and 827 without symptoms for Tuesday. The surge in Covid-19 cases are seen in mainland of China rather than the economic cities like Shanghai and Bejing.
Guangdong, a manufacturing hub in China has seen unprecedented rise in Covid cases with no strict restrictions on business yet. The travelers are left stranded in Guangxi after sudden shutdown of businesses. According to the state media, more than 2000 tourists are stranded in Guangxi. The state stated that local authorities are taking immediate actions on this matter.
Next city that was hit by Covid-19 cases is Chengdu in the southwestern province of Sichuan. It government officials ordered to temporary shut down the indoor entertainment venues including bars and gym for a week. However, it did not ban people from dining in the restaurants. Nevertheless, the authority is encouraging people to order food online and enjoy the meal at home safely.
On Tuesday, the mainland of China reported 108 new Covid cases with symptoms and 827 cases without symptoms especially in the western province of Guangxi and Gansu. These two cities accounted for majority of cases and handful of cases in other 12 province-level regions. The unexpected surge in the Covid-19 began last week and no new death has been reported till now.
After the rise in the Covid-19 cases in the early months of 2022, the number of cases started to slows down in June. The central government of China also began to relax in quarantine norms and the capital city of China, Beijing has relaxed the restrictions from entering into the city from different parts of China.