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Shanghai Reports 5,514 COVID-19 Cases, 73 Not in Quarantine



By Ned Kelly


Shanghai Health Commission reported a total of 274 locally transmitted COVID-19 cases this morning, Tuesday, May 3.


Of those, 155 were converted from asymptomatic cases, so are not counted as new, leaving a total of 119 new locally transmitted COVID-19 cases.


A further 5,395 local asymptomatic cases were also reported.


That makes a total of 5,514 new cases reported, 1,290 less than the 6,804 reported yesterday, Monday, May 2.


Twenty deaths were also reported in Shanghai, taking the death toll in the current outbreak to 474, with all reported to have had underlying diseases.


Of the 119 new local cases reported today, all 117 tested positive during central quarantine, while 2 tested positive while being screened as a part of risk groups.


Of the 5,395 new asymptomatic cases, 5,324 tested positive during central quarantine, while 71 tested positive while being screened as a part of risk groups.


That makes a total of 73 cases outside of central quarantine, 15 more than the 58 reported yesterday.


The 2 local cases outside of central quarantine were in the following areas:
  • 2 in Baoshan District
  • 0 in Hongkou District
  • 0 in Huangpu District
  • 0 in Minhang District
  • 0 in Changning District
  • 0 in Chongming District
  • 0 in Fengxian District
  • 0 in Jiading District
  • 0 in Jing'an District
  • 0 in Jinshan District
  • 0 in Pudong New Area
  • 0 in Putuo District
  • 0 in Qingpu District
  • 0 in Songjiang District
  • 0 in Xuhui District
  • 0 in Yangpu District


The 71 asymptomatic cases outside of central quarantine were in the following areas:
  • 43 in Huangpu District
  • 12 in Baoshan District
  • 6 in Changning District
  • 3 in Xuhui District
  • 2 in Fengxian District
  • 2 in Jing'an District
  • 2 in Pudong New Area
  • 1 in Chongming District
  • 0 in Hongkou District
  • 0 in Jiading District
  • 0 in Jinshan District
  • 0 in Minhang District
  • 0 in Putuo District
  • 0 in Qingpu District
  • 0 in Songjiang District
  • 0 in Yangpu District


Scan the QR to see today's addresses reported (in Chinese) by the Shanghai Health Commission, broken down by district:

There was much confusion over 0 COVID-19 cases being reported outside of central quarantine over the past weekend, as well as the term 'Societal Zero COVID-19' C while cases were still being reported in communities, and areas being reset to the beginning of the 'Locked Down' loop.


We tried to make sense of it C click the link below to find out more...


READ MORE: Shanghai Reports 0 Societal Cases Again, Here's How It Works


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