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New Covid-19 outbreak spread to 14 provinces in China

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New Covid-19 outbreak spread to 14 provinces in China

Beijing, Oct 30 (Prensa Latina) The current Covid-19 outbreak has spread to 14 provinces in China with many local cases and is causing tension due to the speed of contagions with the Delta variant of the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus, the National Health Commission reported today.
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It described the situation as complicated and drew attention to the spread of the virus over more territories in just two weeks.

It urged local governments and the population in general to respect the protocols to contain as soon as possible the new outbreak, which has caused more than 300 cases so far.

China reported today 102 new active cases and most of them are SARS-CoV-2 infections of local transmission.

All affected provinces have resorted to the confinement of entire cities, health check-ups, suspension of public activities and vaccination of children from 3 to 11 years of age.

Faced with the daily increase of cases, Beijing began to require employees of services, construction and sectors considered very vulnerable, to apply a third dose to strengthen the immune system.

Overall, the country has accumulated 4,696 deaths and 125,898 infected people in its mainland, Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan since the emergence of the disease and the coronavirus that causes it.

Since last year, it has vaccinated more than two billion national and foreign citizens against Covid-19 with its own immunizers, while maintaining shipments to a hundred or so nations either by way of exports or aid.


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