Meanwhile, those who do not participate in 2 or more rounds of testing will have to isolate and be fined according to the provisions of the law.
Residents who do not participate in testing without a valid reason will no longer be issued a health green code to enter public places.
“Those who evade the epidemic prevention obligations should be strictly handled so that people can enjoy a safe living environment as soon as possible,” one netizen commented on the website. Weibo.
Previously, the Jiangyin government decided to deploy many large-scale COVID-19 tests to promptly isolate F0 and prevent the spread of the virus.
On May 10, Jiangyin recorded 48 new COVID-19 cases, all of which were asymptomatic. A total of nearly 17,000 F1s and more than 4,700 F2s are currently being monitored in isolation facilities.
China’s National Health Commission on the morning of May 11 said that in the past 24 hours, the mainland recorded 324 new cases of COVID-19, and 1,603 asymptomatic cases.
At a press conference on the same day, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian called on relevant parties to have an objective and reasonable view of Beijing’s epidemic prevention policy.
Zhao’s comments came after World Health Organization Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus described China’s “flexible zero COVID” policy as “unsustainable”.
According to Zhao, China hopes that the international community will carefully study the information and not make irresponsible comments.
“We do not pursue a policy of eliminating the disease completely, but rather to prevent the disease in the shortest time possible with the lowest cost, to protect people’s lives and health, as well as maintain the maximum quality of life. normal rhythm of life.”