The increase in the number of Covid-19 cases has led to new reductions in some parts of the UK. How do they deal with other countries? Much of China has returned to its normal pace of life after authorities began releasing coronavirus blockages in late spring. But as many cities know, released restraining measures can be short-lived. In June, Beijing experienced a sudden rise in cases related to the wholesale market, and authorities immediately reinstated close contacts, blocked surrounding areas and immediately placed residents in mass trials. The good news is that due to such unforeseen occurrences across the country, officials have well defined the emergency response. But the disadvantage is that there will be a risk of repeated blockages until a vaccine is administered a lot. BBC China correspondent Stephen McDonell examines the new “normal” in Beijing, which has been locked in and out. Video produced by Edward Lawrence Subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog .
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