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Corona becomes uncontrollable in Guangzhou, China, 2.5 lakh beds will be set up for quarantine, millions of people imprisoned in homes

Beijing: China’s southern Guangzhou city announced plans on Thursday to build separate housing facilities for some 250,000 people to deal with rising cases of the coronavirus. This announcement has been made at a time when the national government is trying to reduce the effect of anti-epidemic measures due to which millions of people are imprisoned in their homes. The epidemic started spreading in Guangzhou city with a population of about 13 million since the beginning of October and 9,680 new cases of infection have been registered in the last 24 hours.

This is about 40 percent of the 23,276 cases of Kovid-19 across the country. The number of infections in China is lower than in the US and other major countries, but the ruling Communist Party is trying to isolate every patient. The repeated imposition of restrictions on areas, schools and businesses is fueling public anger and clashes with health workers.
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“The epidemic situation in Guangzhou is still very serious,” said Wang Baosen, a city official, the South Metropolis Daily newspaper reported. Sent to separate centers or hospital for treatment. Angry residents in Guangzhou were seen removing barriers put up by health workers, according to video circulating on social media.
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2.5 lakh beds will be installed in the city
The city government announced that an additional 246,407 beds would be set up in Guangzhou, including 132,015 in hospital isolation wards and 114,392 beds for those infected but asymptomatic. The Communist Party last week promised to ease anti-Covid-19 measures by reducing quarantine periods and changing other rules. However, party leaders said they would stick to the ‘zero Covid’ policy at a time when other countries are easing restrictions and trying to keep up with the virus.



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