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Corona: Fighting For Testing In China, 3 Days Of Medical Supplies Left

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The situation in China is getting worse again due to Corona. Here the worst crisis is being told since 2020. Due to the increasing number of cases, the shortage of medical resources is felt in many parts of China. Experts say that China’s health services pressure may increase in the coming weeks.

More than 14000 cases have been reported in China in the last ten weeks. It is believed that patients are increasing rapidly due to Omicron. In such a situation, China has to impose lockdown in many cities. It is feared that it may also impact the Chinese economy.

Fighting for the test

Some parts of China are already facing a crisis. People here have to fight for the test. Not only this, people are being quarantined under China’s strict ‘Zero Kovid Policy’. Jilin, most affected by Corona, has run out of space for quarantining in hospitals in China. In such a situation, temporary hospitals are being built to quarantine people. A local official said that only 2-3 days of medical supplies are available to stop the Corona here.

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Chen Zhengmin, a professor of epidemiology at Oxford University, said the next two weeks are crucial to determine whether the current measures, including restrictions, are sufficient to prevent infection. Like last year, this time too, the cases in the city can be reduced after these steps.

Booster dose not given to all the elderly in China

China adopts a ‘Zero Kovid Policy’ against Corona. In this, the infected are identified, then they are quarantined. About 90% of the population in China has got the corona vaccine. However, Chinese experts claim that not enough older adults have had boosters, posing a risk of infection and death. It is also unclear how effective the Chinese vaccine is in stopping Omicron.

Millions of people were forced to live in captivity

Due to the lockdown in many cities in China, people are forced to remain imprisoned in their homes. In Schengen, which has a population of 17 million, people have been told that only one household member can go out once in two or three days to get essential items.

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The people of Schengen have questioned these restrictions. Peter, a resident of Schengen, says this is not the right way to deal with Omicron. He said we had seen abroad that Omicron is like winter. This has cured many people. Then why are we being imprisoned?

Flights were diverted from

Shanghai In Shanghai, it was decided to divert 106 international flights scheduled between March 21 and May 1 to other Chinese cities. Strict restrictions have also been imposed in Changchun.

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Abhay Singh
Abhay Singh
Abhay Singh is Our Journalist at Spot News 18. He Loves to Gather News and to Provide Authentic News to Our Readers. He Is very Passionated about his Work.

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