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China orders entire city into home lockdown after 3 Covid cases discovered – BBC News

The Chinese authorities have put an entire city into lockdown after the discovery of just three asymptomatic Covid cases.

Residents have been told hey cannot leave their homes in Yuzhou, which has a population of 1.2 million.

The transport system has been shut down as well as well as shops and entertainment venues. Only food stores can remain open and only workers involved in epidemic prevention are allowed out.

Clive Myrie presents BBC News at Ten reporting by China correspondent Robin Brant.

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17 Comments

  • İbrahim A.S Messenger

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  • Endnotes

    There was a big outbreak in Xi'an in mid-December, this is the continuation of it's containment after it began to spread widely – it coincides now with the end of the educational semester – Xi'an is a major hub; in the past month most of the country has undergone nucleic acid testing with any person travelling between major outbreak areas given 14 days self isolation, or local quarantine hotels. New Year on its way, the extra caution is more than welcome. Boosters and vaccination programmes at full speed. The report suggests it is extreme, but doesn't take in the wider context, which is that January is the most likely time it can get out of control, and it's the most convenient and least economically damaging time to restrict freedom of movement. These people are being sent on their national holiday two weeks early and are happy about it. All of China takes an active role in containing the pandemic, with daily health reporting and continuous checks on health status when in public.

  • Sandy-🔞𝔽**СК МЕ - СНЕℂ𝕂 𝕄𝕐 Рℝ𝟘𝔽𝕀𝕃Е💛

    Flashback, remembering when they did their first lock down and of that many people, the world was in awe. Now it's like, yup of course

  • Chris Viking

    If Omicron and similar highly infectious strains become endemic to countries across the world, then I don't see how China's strategy can work in the long run. They may make it appear to work, but I seriously doubt that it can. They will have to isolate themselves from the rest of the world indefinitely. Perhaps they will change tack once the Olympics have passed.

  • Arran Robeson

    There are people here in the UK who would love this. They were actively pointing at China saying this what what "we" should of done.

  • J Bellfield

    A few years ago I would have assumed that girl who said she was happy to wait in line for a covid test at midnight was lying through her teeth to appease the communist overlords, but with all the sycophants exposing themselves lately I am actually starting to believe most people want to be treated like slaves to an empire.

  • mic ley

    Soooo, we should go into lockdown because the totalitarian regime did?
    Where did it go wrong bbc, when did you stop pretending you weren't an arm of the intelligence services?

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