HomeCURRENT AFFAIRSWhat is Covid Situation In China

There is an outcry in China due to the new sub variant of Omicron variant of Coronavirus. There, more than 13,000 new Covid-19 infection cases have been reported. According to Chinese state media, these cases are related to a new subtype of the Omicron variant.

According to Bloomberg, the Global Times, based on data obtained from local officials, reported that the new outbreak of the virus, a city located less than 70 kilometers (43 mi) from Shanghai, is different from the milder COVID-19 symptoms, which are the Omicron variant. Key BA.1.1 develops from all types.

The report states that the new sub variant does not match other coronaviruses that cause Covid in China nor has been submitted to GISAID, where scientists from around the world share information on the coronavirus, which they Mutations have been sequenced as a method of monitoring.

A case reported on Friday in northern China’s Dalian city also did not match any domestically found coronavirus. The municipality of Dalian has given this information.

On Saturday, about 12,000 cases reported across China were declared asymptomatic.

The People’s Republic of China’s Vice Premier Sun Chunlan, which has become a virus hotspot in the country, praised the city for overseeing and controlling infection prevention efforts and urged officials to reduce the outbreak “as soon as possible”, according to Xinhua news agency. ordered to do.

More than 8,000 new cases were recorded in China’s financial capital on Saturday. Of these, 7,788 are cases of asymptomatic infection. Officials said Shanghai would begin a new round of large-scale testing on Monday. On the other hand, in the city of Sanya in Hainan province, authorities have suspended all transportation systems to prevent the spread of Covid.

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