China’s COVID peak continues to rise Breaking another record for another day
Reuters reported on November 25 that the number of people infected with COVID-19 New cases in China hit record highs for the second day in a row. After breaking the previous record set in mid-April on Wednesday (23 Nov.) ago Now the Chinese authorities have to take more measures to prevent the epidemic again.
China’s authorities reported 32,695 new infections as of Nov. 24, up from Wednesday’s 31,444, breaking a record set in mid-April. at that time there was a heavy epidemic in Shanghai As a result, the Chinese government had to lock down more than 25 million residents of Shanghai for up to two months to contain the spread of the virus.
Massive outbreaks have been reported in several cities in China. For example, in Guangzhou, Guangdong Province, where there were 257 symptomatic cases, 267 asymptomatic cases and 258 symptomatic cases in Chongqing, 6,242 were asymptomatic, an increase from The day before the two cities
According to a report from the AP news agency. Many parts of China were once again locked down to curb the spread, with stores and shopping malls ordered to close. And the Chinese authorities have asked Chinese people to leave their homes as necessary. Wide-scale COVID-19 testing areas have also been set up across the city.