December 2, 2021

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Anti-corona activities in China are causing discontent

CHina’s zero govt strategy is being tested again these days. Several corona clusters with a few hundred new infections have alerted authorities across the country. A state of emergency has been declared in the town of Kikihar, near the Russian border, but no state of emergency has been declared yet. Coronafol Reported. According to the South China Morning Post, residents are only allowed to leave their city with a negative PCR test.

Friedrich Bose

Political correspondent for China, North Korea and Mongolia.

Meanwhile, the Disease Safety Authority in the Chinese capital was able to stop two express trains halfway to their destination Beijing, in which one train employee was identified as a corona patient contact person. The 344 passengers on both trains were taken to isolated hotels in Jinan, two hours south of Beijing. They have to stay there for at least seven days, the Global Times reported.

Local officials in a district in Jiangxi province came up with an unusual idea to keep residents at home. It was announced that all traffic lights in the district would be changed to red. However, after being ridiculed and ridiculed across the country, the local government backed down. An infection case has been reported in the concerned district. Earlier, according to official sources, no case was registered for 610 days across Jiangxi province.

Apparently, the onset of winter and the last holiday season led to a sudden increase in the number of corona in China. About 400 new infections have been reported in the last two weeks. A spokesman for the National Health Commission said Saturday that the infection rate was “still growing rapidly.” The situation is “serious and complex”. Nearly half of the cases are in Chinese provinces. These numbers are very low compared to Europe, but the Chinese government is pushing to bring them back to zero. He says the way he handles the virus is better than all Western countries.

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