Street screenings rush to supermarkets to store food to identify positive cases: Beijing jails under threat after a rare epidemic erupted in the Chinese capital on Monday.
Since its inception in April, nearly 25 million people have feared for Shanghai a situation where they will have difficulty accessing food and non-Govt medical care. A total of 51 new deaths were announced by the Ministry of Health on Monday – a record in Chinese economic capital.
China has been facing an epidemic since March, affecting almost the entire country to varying degrees. She tries to overcome it with zero govt strategy. This includes imprisonment and massive trials to quickly identify victims and isolate them, especially when certain cases appear.
19 positive cases
In Beijing on Monday, long queues, sometimes hundreds of residents, were swarmed by snakes between sidewalks and shopping malls before arriving at upgraded screening tents, where officers in full protective clothing carried out PCR checks.
The Ministry of Health on Monday registered 19 new positive cases in Beijing, bringing the total to several dozen since last week. If the town hall has not yet mentioned the prison, Beijing, alerted by the example of Shanghai, will rush to supermarkets and online sites from Sunday to strengthen their food stocks.
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