2021-04-06 10:32


32 New COVID Cases Reported in China! Local & Imported!

Source: China Daily, Republic World

China reported a total of 32 new cases, 15 out of which were detected in Ruili, a city in Yunnan province that borders Myanmar.

Genetic analysis of the infected cases showed that the virus was likely imported from Myanmar. Later, media confirmed that 11 out of the 15 identified local cases were citizens of Myanmar.

The rest of the 17 cases were identified as imported cases from overseas. In the aftermath, health authorities have sealed the infected area, putting residents under home quarantine. 

Additionally, they have initiated a robust vaccination drive, in a bid to build Ruilis herd immunity. The latest update has now pushed the overall coronavirus caseload to 90,305 while the death toll remains unchanged at 4,636.

26 Hobbies WeChat Groups for Expats-26

17 Emerging Technologies WeChat Groups for Expats-17

Gabriel & Co. fine jewelry

  • COVID RIsk Level Raised in TSource: OT-Team(S,J) , Yunnan Daily, Global Times, CCTV news According to the assessment by the Expert Group for Ruili Covid-19 Prevention and Control management, as per the needs of epidemic prevention and control, from 19:00 on April 5,
  • Can You Fly for Free in ChinSource: Global Times Chinese airlines' "fly freely" programs, unveiled during the pandemic, are facing an online backlash among Chinese consumers who claim that they can't redeem their rewards as promised now that demand is rebounding. The
  • 20210406 China NewsClick the blue words above to follow our Wechat. 202104.06 Voice Broadcast 3 minutesKnow China 0 1 China's rosy foreign trade performance will sustain its GDP growth momentum in the first quarter of this year, consolidating the country's f
  • Hilarious photos reveal netiSome social media users have become experts in editing to make themselves look their best in photos - but there are always a few who take it that step too far. In one image, a social media user has edited his teeth to be whiter, but did su
  • Inspiring! You won'tLu lives in a small village in Longan County, south China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region. He lost his eyesight due to illness at the age of three. When he was a teenager, he began to make bamboo cages and duplicate keys for a living be

Subscribe by Email

Follow Updates Articles from This Blog via Email

No Comments