China, immunity of Kang On-yang… Facilitating lockdown in some areas, including Zhengzhou

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Flat steel fence line Beijing ban map
Protests are blocked at source – strong conflict prevention

Surprised by anti-government protests in major cities across the country, Chinese authorities announced that they would ease their “zero corona” policy in some regions. It can be interpreted as a two-sided plan that prevents protests with strong source barriers and conflicts, but gradually eases the frustration of Corona 19, which caused the protests.

On the 30th, Zhengzhou City, Henan Province, southern China, announced that all local residents would be allowed to go out except for high-risk areas for the new coronavirus infection (Corona 19). Public transport services such as subways and city buses have also resumed, and supermarkets and beauty salons have also opened. Places where many people gather, such as movie theaters, libraries, and restaurants, have also decided to gradually reopen. This easing decision came five days after the total blockade on the 25th of last month. Workers at the Foxconn factory in Zhengzhou, the world’s largest iPhone production center, walked out en masse or protested against the shutdown last month, demanding better treatment.

The day before, through a briefing, the National Health Commission (Wigan) said, “Each state must strengthen ‘detailed quarantine’ according to central policy.” “We need to minimize public inconvenience,” he said.

Beijing quarantine authorities said it is strictly forbidden to block the entrances and fire escapes of apartment complexes and buildings with iron fences. In addition, in Guangzhou and Chongqing, all gene amplification tests (PCR), which were mandatory almost every day, were eased. In Chongqing, residents of areas where there have been no confirmed cases in the past 5 days do not need to undergo a PCR test.

The State Council (government) of China announced on the 28th of last month, “We are actively and effectively responding to various problems identified by the public.”

Beijing = Correspondent Kim Ki-yong [email protected]

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