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[First-line interviews]Qingdao No. 1 Middle School is listed as a high-risk area | Laixi No. 7 Middle School | Epoch Times

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[First-line interviews]Qingdao No. 1 Middle School is listed as a high-risk area | Laixi No. 7 Middle School | Epoch Times

[Epoch Times, March 5, 2022](The Epoch Times reporters Gu Qinger and Hong Ning interviewed and reported) The CCP virus (COVID-19) epidemic in mainland China continues to spread. On March 5, a middle school in Qingdao, Shandong Province was elevated to a high-risk area due to an outbreak.

From 0:00 on March 5, No. 7 Middle School (No. 25, East Longkou Road) in Laixi City, Qingdao, Shandong Province, has been adjusted to a high-risk area. At present, there are 11 high-risk areas and 168 medium-risk areas in the mainland.

On March 5, many newly confirmed local cases in Laixi City were all classmates and teachers who were confirmed cases in Laixi City. Among them, case 11 was a teacher who volunteered in Laixi No. 7 Middle School in Shinan District.

On the afternoon of March 5, a reporter from The Epoch Times learned from the residents of the surrounding community of Laixi No. 7 Middle School that the community, shops, and vegetable markets here are almost closed, and people rarely go out.

Qi Xiaoli (pseudonym), a resident of the neighborhood near Laixi No. 7 Middle School, said that this is a high-risk area. Since the evening of yesterday (4th), the surrounding neighborhoods have been closed, and all shops have been closed. moon.

“All the students in the school have been taken away. From yesterday afternoon until 10 am today, the parents of the students have to be taken away and quarantined, and the communities where the confirmed students live are closed. This wave of epidemics is very troublesome, the key is not knowing the virus. How many days have it been dormant, I don’t know who else in the school has been infected.” Qi Xiaoli said.

Qi Xiaoli said that when she heard that a family member in the school came back from Huangdao District, the infection spread. A student had a fever and went to the hospital to test positive. Now it is announced that 8 students and 2 teachers have tested positive.

On March 5, Qingdao officials said that judging from the relationship between the confirmed cases in Lacey and the chain of transmission, the epidemic had been hidden in schools for a period of time. The school is a day school, which poses a greater risk of community transmission, and more infected people may be found in the future.

Xu Ling (pseudonym), a staff member of a pharmacy near Laixi No. 7 Middle School, said that the infection was quite severe. She had not yet received a notice of closure, but cold and fever medicines were not allowed to be sold.

A parent of a student in Zhaoyuan County, Shandong said that the epidemic situation in Laixi No. 7 Middle School is indeed scary, and Zhaoyuan is also strictly controlled. “My child’s school is more than 30 kilometers away from Ganshui Bay in Huangdao District, and he was quarantined when he came back. Although food and lodging are free, he still yearns for freedom.”

On March 1, a family of four of a bus driver in Qingdao was diagnosed and infected with the Omicron variant.

Confirmed case 1 is the No. 31 bus of Zhenqing Bus in Huangdao District and the driver of the custom-made car (Wuchuan Heavy Industry-Qingdao Shihua Crude Oil Terminal Co., Ltd.), cases 2 and 3 are the spouse and children of case 1, and case 4 is the case of case 1. relatives.

A female resident of the community next to the Qingdao Municipal Government said that the education and training classes and tutoring classes in the primary schools in Qingdao have all been suspended and will not be allowed to open. The people Lacey was diagnosed with have all stayed in Qingdao.

The mainland epidemic continues to spread

Currently, Dongguan City, Shenzhen City, Huizhou City, Guangdong; Jilin City, Yanbian Korean Autonomous Prefecture, Changchun City; Inner Mongolia Hohhot City, Hulunbuir City; Hebei Xingtai City, Shijiazhuang City, Baoding City; Shandong Qingdao City; Tianjin Dongli District; Shanghai Jiading District, Minhang District, Songjiang District, Qingpu District, Huangpu District, Putuo District, Baoshan District; Guangxi Fangchenggang City, Baise City; Hainan Sanya City; Yunnan Dehong Dai and Jingpo Autonomous Prefecture; Shanxi Jinzhong City; Heilongjiang Harbin City; Wuhan, Hubei; Huaihua, Hunan; Chengdu, Sichuan; and Nantong, Jiangsu, all experienced outbreaks.

On March 5, all ticketing channels in Zhejiang suspended the sale of tickets from stations in Wenzhou area (Wenzhou, Cangnan, Pingyang, Ruian, Wenzhou South, Yueqing, Yueqing East, Yandangshan) to stations in Beijing.

On March 4, the official Wenzhou city reported that the virus in the confirmed cases in Cangnan County was a variant of Omicron.

On March 3, an infected person infected with Omicron appeared in Hunchun City, Yanbian Prefecture, Jilin Province. From 0:00 on the 4th, the city will implement closed management and implement traffic control on all traffic entrances and exits. The city has suspended work and production, major primary and secondary schools and kindergartens have suspended classes, and various business premises have been suspended.

At 13:00 on March 5, the Tansan Street area of ​​Tansan Village, Naliang Town, Fangcheng District, Fangchenggang City, Guangxi (the area of ​​Heping Road-Jiefang Road-Kou’an Street-New Street-Bianbian Highway-Jiefang Road Hengjie) was upgraded to a medium-risk area .

On March 5, the CCP officially announced that on March 4, 102 new local cases were confirmed in 31 provinces and cities in mainland China (46 in Guangdong, including 24 in Dongguan, 21 in Shenzhen, 1 in Huizhou, and 19 in Jilin). , 73 new cases of local asymptomatic infections (24 cases in Jilin City, Jilin City, 18 cases in Dongguan City, Guangdong Province, and 16 cases in Shanghai).

Because the CCP is accustomed to concealing the truth of the epidemic, the official data has been questioned by the outside world.

Responsible editor: Lin Congwen#

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