Chinese Heihe, bordering the Russian Federation, introduced quarantine after identified cases of COVID-19

by time news

In the Chinese city of Heihe, bordering the Amur Region, quarantine is introduced on October 28. The reason was the recent cases of coronavirus infection, according to the Beijing newspaper The Beijing News, citing a decision by the headquarters of the leading COVID-19 response group and the city’s pneumonia epidemic.

The first case of coronavirus infection was detected on October 27 in Heilongjiang province. Subsequently, cases of infection were detected in three local residents who were asymptomatic carriers of the virus.

Quarantine provides for strict control over the movement of vehicles. Also, the movement of all buses and taxis will be suspended and businesses will be closed. Also, the opening hours of supermarkets, warehouses and pharmacies will be limited, public events will be canceled, and places of mass gathering of citizens will be closed. At the same time, the safety departments of hydropower, oil, gas, heating and communications will continue to work, which ensure the functioning of public life. In addition, vehicles will be prohibited from leaving the city. An exception will be made for those who provide the city with vital goods.

Read more about how China fought the spread of coronavirus in the material “Kommersant FM” “China bypassed COVID-19”.


READ Also:  Bitcoin has fallen in price by almost 15% after a record of $ 69 thousand

You may also like

Leave a Comment

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.