俄罗斯今日：中国广东疫情，Travel restrictions & partial loc
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Travel restrictions & partial lockdown imposed in Guangzhou, China against
cluster of Indian Covid variant
31 May, 2021
Border control and a partial lockdown have been imposed in the Chinese city of Guangzhou, after a cluster of the Indian variant of the coronavirus was
People leaving Guangzhou, a provincial capital of 15.3 million, must test
negative for the coronavirus within 72 hours before the trip.
Roughly 520 flights were canceled at Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport, one of the world’s busiest air travel hubs, as of 11:40am local time on
Monday, CNA news agency reported, citing aviation data provider VariFlight.
Authorities earlier announced stay-at-home orders for residents of several
streets in the city’s Liwan District, where the first infected patient was discovered on May 21, and restricted travel on the subway and buses. Large
gatherings were banned across Guangzhou, while indoor venues were told to
operate at limited capacity and targeted mass-testing programs were launched
Chen Bin, the deputy chief of the provincial health commission, was cited by Xinhua as confirming on Sunday that all locally transmitted cases found in Guangzhou since May 21 were linked to the B.1.617 coronavirus strain, also
known as the Indian variant.
The Chinese city of Wuhan reported the world’s first Covid-19 cluster
during the early days of the pandemic. The country has since managed to
largely contain the spread of the disease.
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