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Shanghai to receive June with a return to normalcy

Shanghai to receive June with a return to normalcy

Beijing, May 30 (Prensa Latina) Shanghai, the financial heart of China, announced today the complete return to normalcy from June 1 after cutting the community transmission of the Covid-19 outbreak, which kept it in confinement for two months.
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Starting Wednesday, the city will remove access restrictions in residential complexes, resume public transport services and allow private cars to circulate.

These measures will be combined with the gradual reopening of businesses and only places where new infections are emerging will be subject to control.

Likewise, schools will resume classes on June 6.

Shanghai became last April the epicenter of the Covid-19 outbreak in China and had a considerable increase in the number of deaths and infections.

By half of May, the authorities indicated that although the municipality reached “zero Covid-19” status, it would expand vaccination and reinforce the sanitary mechanism in old neighborhoods and other communities at risk of experiencing more contagious outbreaks.

Apart from that city, Beijing also began to relax some measures to reactivate its socioeconomic life after declaring controllable the wave that has semi-paralyzed it since the end of April.

Overall, the country has accumulated more than 16,000 deaths and two million confirmed cases in the mainland, Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan since the emergence of the pathology and the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus, which caused it in December 2019.


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