The prosecutor claimed that the three pall outbreaks in eastern Illustrator Artwork provinces have stoked public concerns that the process of resuming economic activity as soon as possible is being held back as the months-long COVID-19 outbreak in Shanghai and Beijing is gradually brought under control. However, Chinese President Xi Jinping recently re-emphasized his adherence to the "zero" policy, saying that the consequences of the "collective immunization."
prevention and control policy were "unimaginable." China continues to adopt the "dynamic clearing" policy of COVID-19 (serious special infectious pneumonia, new coronary pneumonia, Wuhan pneumonia) epidemic prevention and control, and small-scale outbreaks have occurred in eastern provinces. Two counties in Anhui province went into lockdown. China reported 380 new positive cases of COVID-19 on Sunday (July 3), the third day in a row after 385 new cases the day before, official data showed. Most of them were in Anhui province, where 29 new local infections and 258 asymptomatic infections were reported on Sunday (China separates symptomatic and asymptomatic cases). In Anhui Province, the cities with the most new positive cases were Si County and.
County in Suzhou City, which recorded 256 and 30 cases respectively on Sunday, and went into lockdown over the past weekend. Sian County conducted the sixth round of nationwide nucleic acid testing on Sunday. According to Chinese state media, the city of Wuxi in Jiangsu province, the manufacturing hub of the Yangtze River Delta, began asking malls and banks to shorten their business hours from the weekend, and that restaurants would no longer offer dine-in meals, while urging all residents to "not leave Wuxi unless necessary." Yu, a city in Zhejiang province, a major exporter of small commodities, temporarily canceled all flights to Beijing starting Sunday, after three new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the city over the past week. Small outbreaks in eastern provinces have stoked public concerns that the process of