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Worst Covid-19 Outbreak After 2 Years, Shenzhen Announces Lockdown

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The worst Covid-19 outbreak might be something that people are afraid of nowadays. This is because the situation might bring them to the very dreadful situation of having to stay in lockdown. This would indeed be so unfortunate.

Recently, Shenzhen has announced lockdown because of the increasing numbers of Covid-19 cases. China has reported a total number of 1,437 new confirmed cases of Covid-19. The update was until the 13th of March 2022.

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According to the CNA website, the city government notice has stated that the lockdown and a suspension of public transport will last until the 2oth of March. They added that Shenzhen would launch three rounds of mass testing.

As stated on the Bloomberg website, every worker is now informed to directly be working from home if they are able to. Other than that, all the people also are advised not to leave Shenzen. Hopefully, this decision will try and stop the rapid spread of Covid-19. In addition, there are huge numbers of companies that halt their operation immediately.

It is stated that the surging number of cases in Shenzhen is because of their neighboring country. Hong Kong also has a handful number of Covid-19 cases that they have to be worried about. Let’s hope that everything would be well.

Sources: CNA, Bloomberg.

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