Quarantine announced in Beijing due to the outbreak of coronavirus

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In Beijing, China, restrictive quarantine measures have been launched since June 17 to counter the spread of a new outbreak of coronavirus infection. The level of emergency response has been increased

This was stated by deputy executive secretary of the Beijing city government, Chen Bei, Xinhua reports.

The quarantine provides that school classes are transferred to a distance format, and the resumption of studies at universities is suspended.

As for the professional employment of the population, enterprises and various companies can work, but authorities urge them to introduce flexible working regimes and switch to remote work.

Departures from Beijing are strictly limited without serious need. If a person needs to leave the city, then upon departure he must provide a negative coronavirus test result.

Those who come to the city should be tested.

The report also said that in connection with the new outbreak, anti-epidemic disinfection and quarantine work are being carried out in agricultural markets, as well as in restaurants and residential districts.

Recall that between June 11 and 15, 106 local cases of COVID-19 infection were detected in the capital of China. On Tuesday, June 16, in Beijing, 31 new confirmed cases of local infection with coronavirus were recorded.

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