The Chinese authorities are attempting to control the Covid-19 epidemic by imposing new restrictions upon some of their citizens as they prepare to host the Winter Olympics starting February 4.
The Chinese authorities are monitoring the situation closely just over 100 days before the Winter Olympics in Beijing. Tens of thousands of people are now confined to their homes by the outbreak of an epidemic that has resurged in the north. On Monday, 39 new cases were reported in Covid-19-affected countries. The majority of them are connected to the movement and spread of infected tourists.
Although the figures might seem small compared to the daily ones in other parts, they are encouraging authorities to increase their vigilance as China prepares the Winter Olympics for February 4-20 2022. The regime of President Xi Jinping is determined to organize the Games without the virus reaching Beijing. The capital has seen nearly 15 cases in the last week.
Beijing’s marathon was therefore delayed indefinitely “So as not to transmit epidemics”According to organizers, it was. Next Sunday, approximately 30,000 runners would participate.
Residents were asked to refrain from traveling by the municipality “Non-essential”There are large-scale gatherings outside the capital. Authorities stated that anyone arriving from Beijing from an area with Covid-19 cases must also be negative.
Local media reported that 23,000 residents from a north suburb of the capital were told to return to their homes after nine cases of sexual assault were detected. We can see officers in full suits guarding the entrances of buildings. Access to the residence is blocked by metal barriers. 75% of normal tonnage was required to gain access to cinemas, parks and museums.
Since last week, more than 100 contaminations have been caused by an epidemic in Inner Mongolia (northern China). The authorities follow a policy of ” zero tolerance “Concerning the virus, screening campaigns have been launched in 11 provinces out of 30 in the largest country in the world.
Last Sunday’s Wuhan marathon saw 26,000 participants. However, it was cancelled in the middle of China, the first city to be affected by the virus. In a sign that the authorities are concerned about the situation, the police announced Monday that three investigations were being opened by the capital police for non-compliance with the health rules.
The suspects include infected persons who would conceal their health and confined residents who would make the wall. There are also pharmacists who were accused of giving drugs to combat fever and cough to customers without reporting it to authorities.