Beijing is speeding up the reopening of shops affected by the COVID-19 pandemic

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Friday, November 25, 2022 – 6:13 PM
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Friday, November 25, 2022 – 6:13 PM

The Chinese capital, Beijing, has pledged to speed up the reopening of shopping malls and supermarkets, which are essential to the people’s livelihood, after they were closed in order to control and prevent the COVID-19 pandemic.

Beijing municipal government spokesman Xu Hejian said – during a press conference reported by the Chinese news agency Xinhua, today, Friday, that if these stores are exposed to an outbreak of the pandemic, they will be allowed to reopen after one day of the required closure, and they will not be closed for more than three days.

These new instructions come amid a set of supportive measures announced by the city. To ensure the smooth running of the city, and stable product prices in the midst of its efforts to control the outbreak.

In response to public concerns, the Beijing government will increase support for residents who have to leave their closed residential communities for medical services, Xu said, adding that garbage from high-risk areas will also be handled carefully.

Today, Beijing reported 424 new confirmed locally transmitted cases of COVID-19, and 1,436 locally transmitted asymptomatic cases.

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