China finds first COVID-19 deaths in eight months

China has found the first COVID-19 deaths in eight months, ordered proactive testing and shut down many northern cities. After several days of consecutive domestic infection, a maximum of 138 people were found.

On January 14, 2021, the National Health Commission said China found 138 new COVID-19 cases, the highest number of cases since March last year. Including the death of COVID-19 in Hebei Province. It was the country’s first in eight months, but gave no further details on the deaths.

The start of meeting infected people in the country for several days in a row. Recently, Chinese officials have urged widespread proactive COVID-19 detection in several cities since last week. Including intensive measures by ordering the closure of many cities in the north of the country Affecting more than 20 million people.

While Heilongjiang Province Declared a state of emergency and asked more than 37 million people not to leave the county. If there is no urgent need



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