China has imposed new coronavirus limitations

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From May 4 to 10, the city of Zhengzhou in central China will impose new travel restrictions because to COVID-19.

According to a statement on the city’s official WeChat account, schools in the city’s main area will go online, and employees of government organisations and companies in the area will be expected to work from home during this time.

The new measures will be changed after May 10 based on the COVID-19 epidemic status, according to the notice. Previously, limitations were enforced in Shanghai, China’s largest port city, causing supply chains to be disrupted.

China’s GDP growth forecasts were reduced to 4.3 percent today by Fitch, compared to the Chinese Communist Party’s goal of 5% annual growth. Beijing, which has a population of over 22 million people, reported 53 new locally symptomatic and six asymptomatic cases yesterday.

To combat the new Covid-19 outbreak in Beijing, China has banned restaurants. According to The South China Morning Post, municipal authorities strengthened Covid-related restrictions ahead of the Labor Day vacation weekend, ordering the suspension of catering services.

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