However, there are still fears about the transmission's risk to the community.
"Prevention and control remain extreme. We will not let down our guard," Beijing's municipal government spokesperson Xu Hejian explained.
The resurgence is associated with Beijing's largest wholesale food market, after the first case was announced on June 11.
Following the epidemic in the Xinfadi market, infections have been discovered in homes and workplaces and cases of transmission in the community.
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