5 confirmed cases in Shanghai… Spring Festival homecoming restraint
As a result of a secondary nucleic acid test on all residents of Tianjin City, where the COVID-19 omicron mutation is spreading, the Chinese quarantine authorities found 44 confirmed cases.
According to the state-run news agency Xinhua on the 14th, the Tianjin Prevention and Control Headquarters announced that the second nucleic acid test conducted from the 12th showed 44 confirmed cases, of which 32 were in intensive quarantine and the remaining 12 were in the containment area.
In Tianjin, the first confirmed case of Omicron was reported on the 8th, and the city’s quarantine authorities have since conducted two nucleic acid tests for 15 million citizens.
From the 8th to this day (as of 4:30 am), the cumulative number of confirmed cases in Tianjin was 170.
The quarantine authorities did not disclose how many of them were infected with Omicron.
According to the National Health Commission of China, Tianjin, Anyang in Henan Province, Dalian in Liaoning Province, Guangzhou in Guangdong Province, and Shenzhen深cheon<土+川>), Wuxi in Jiangsu Province, Changsha in Hunan Province, and Zhejiang Province in 8 regions.
In particular, Anyang and Dalian appear to have been introduced to Omicron by a patient who moved from Tianjin, the state-run Global Times reported.
In Shanghai, on the 13th, there were two confirmed cases and three asymptomatic infections a day.
The city of Shanghai has advised citizens to refrain from leaving Shanghai during the Lunar New Year.
It also notified travel agencies in Shanghai to stop selling air tickets and accommodations for group tourists.
In Xuchang City, Henan Province, where a recent cluster infection occurred, 13 people in charge of quarantine were given disciplinary action.
Meanwhile, on the 13th, there were 143 confirmed cases in China, and 69 and 34 new cases respectively in Anyang and Tianjin, where the Omicron warning was issued.
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