Since the latest round of COVID-19 resurgence starting on May 21, this city has reported 94 new infections, including 14 asymptomatic carriers.
On Saturday, Guangzhou expanded its latest nucleic acid testing drive to cover all residents, after another four districts announced the launch of all-inclusive tests. So far, local authorities have tested 16 million people in 11 districts.
As part of its prevention measures, Guangzhou upgraded “four streets in Liwan and Haizhu districts from low risk to medium risk, and prohibiting dining at restaurants in some áreas,” as reported by South China Morning Post.
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