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As the "cluster" spreads, more Chinese cities impose a blockade of COVID

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The Chinese governmentis expanding its COVID-19 blockade as more cases have been found in the eastern part of China.

Wuxi city officials have closed face-to-face meals and many other indoor activities. Authorities are also encouraging residents to work from home and stay in the city, according to Reuters.

Authorities say that approximately40 asymptomatic caseswere diagnosed in the city this weekend.

According to Reuters, nearly 300 cases have been reported in Anhui Province, so this may occur.

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FILE PHOTO: A medical worker in a protective suit collects a swab sample from a chef for nucleic acid testing, during lockdown, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in Shanghai, China, May 13, 2022. 

File Photo: A health worker in a protective suit receives a cotton swab sample from a chef for a nucleic acid test. Collect. During the blockade, during a pandemic of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), May 13, 2022, in Shanghai, China.  (REUTERS / Aly Song / File Photo)

A woman in a protective suit stands on a street during lockdown, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in Shanghai, China, May 26, 2022. 

During the blockade, a woman in protective clothing is standing on the street. In the outbreak of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), May 26, 2022 in Shanghai, China.  (REUTERS / Aly Song)


The "zero COVID" approach to China's pandemic means that even small outbreaks result in widespread blockages. The policy caused anxiety in Shanghai, the blockade lasted for months, and access to food and other daily necessities was severely strained.

Government officials advertised thatShanghai was COVID-freein early June, but hundreds of thousands of residents remained blocked.

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According to Shanghai authorities, 50 in Shanghai It is said that more than 10,000 incidents have occurred. April and the end of May.