Bloomberg: China’s coronavirus infections soar for first time in 80 days
AT China Coronavirus infections soared for the first time in 80 days, with 2,675 cases reported on October 30, up 802 from just the day before. In this regard, the country was afraid of the return of COVID-19 and severe restrictions, reports Bloomberg.
The virus is spreading very quickly in more than half of the country’s provinces (31 in total), including some of its largest and most economically important areas. shanghai resort and parks Walt Disney Co., including Disneyland and Disneytown, closed unexpectedly on Monday, Oct. 31, citing pandemic prevention and control requirements.
Since the beginning of the spread of infection in China in late 2019 and early 2020, the country’s authorities have adhered to a tough restrictive policy, despite heavy economic costs, growing discontent and virtual isolation from the rest of the world. There are already signs that this approach is starting to weigh on workers and their families as gradually tightened infection control measures make it harder to do business in the country and participate in social activities.
China has also banned most foreigners from entering since March 2020.