Strict lockdown rules in a Chinese city due to Corona
After China announced that it contained the spread of the epidemic on its soil, the Chinese authorities closed the city of Dongying, and launched a large-scale examination campaign in Suifinhi after a 39-year-old man working in a commercial area for import and export was injured, and the two cities are close to the Russian border.
In the recent period, China claims that all the infections that are discovered are coming from abroad, not from inside the country.
The Dongying authorities announced that they had placed the city in a "wartime situation," as all transportation had been stopped, and every person wishing to leave the city had to present an examination dating back to the past 24 hours, proving that he did not carry the virus.
Schools are closed and restaurants can only provide delivery. In the most vulnerable areas, only one person from each home is allowed out every two days for a maximum of two hours to shop.
In Siwifenhi, which has not decided to impose a lockdown, it has launched a large-scale testing campaign, which will be completed within 3 days.
China, where Corona first appeared at the end of 2019, has largely succeeded in containing the epidemic, but every now and then it records cases of infection in one city or another.