[Epoch Times, April 27, 2022](The Epoch Times reporters Gu Qinger and Hong Ning interviewed and reported) The epidemic spread in Beijing, and the number of infected people continued to rise. Among them, the epidemic spread to many schools, and the number of students infected increased sharply. On April 27, all primary and secondary schools in Tongzhou, Beijing were suspended, and 8 medium and high risk areas were added. In addition, Beijing residents are stocking up, and household freezers are out of stock.
On April 27, Yuzhuang Village in Doudian Town, Fangshan District, Beijing, Fangjiayuan Community in Gaobeidian Township, Chaoyang District, and Yandu World Famous Garden Community in Doudian Town, Fangshan District were upgraded to high-risk areas. In addition, Songyuxili Community, Panjiayuan Street, Chaoyang District, Hongmiaobeili Community, Balizhuang Street, Huangmuchang Community, Shuangjing Street, Kangyingjiajia Community, Sunhe Township, and Xiaogaoshe Village, Doudian Town, Fangshan District were upgraded to medium-risk areas .
Up to now, Beijing has 5 high-risk areas and 16 medium-risk areas.
Shi Lei (pseudonym), a villager in Yuzhuang, Doudian Town, Fangshan District, Beijing, told the Epoch Times reporter on the 27th, “The whole village is closed, and the villagers are quarantined in the village. It is said that it has been 21 days. More than a dozen people have been diagnosed. They are not allowed to enter or leave. Delivery is a problem.”
“If you want to buy vegetables and fruits in the village, the prices are very high now. The merchants in the village are running out of goods, and they don’t keep them for takeout,” Shi Lei said.
The epidemic in Beijing has affected many schools, and the number of students infected with the epidemic has continued to increase.
On the morning of April 27, parents of primary and secondary school students in Tongzhou District, Beijing received an urgent notice from the school. From the 27th, teachers and students from primary and secondary schools, kindergartens, and secondary vocational schools in the district will be suspended from attending school. The notice stated that from the 27th, primary and secondary schools in the district will be suspended, and they will study at home; nucleic acid testing will be done according to community requirements.
Ms. Wang, a resident of Tongzhou in Beijing, told The Epoch Times that they had done three rounds of nucleic acid tests. Currently, seven or eight communities have tested positive, and some villages have also been closed. Tongzhou No. 2 Middle School and Beijing School have both been affected by the epidemic.
“Beijing’s epidemic situation is very serious, try not to go out, the tourism business here has stopped.” said a villager in Daying Village, Hugezhuang, Tongzhou.
Lu Xiaoling (pseudonym), a resident near the Beijing school in Tongzhou District, Beijing, said that there was an epidemic in the school and classes had been suspended, but the specific situation was unclear. She said that the shops around the school are still open, and there is no “pop-up window” for the itinerary code.
The Epoch Times reporter called Beijing Huiwen Middle School Chaoyang Chuiyangliu Branch to inquire about the infection status of the students in the school.
“We are relatively passive now. Students who have been pulled away are all isolated in a centralized manner. No one has notified us of the specific (diagnosed) numbers, and we don’t know how many there are.” The school’s teacher Wei Le’an (pseudonym) said: “We are still looking for (Chaoyang) ) District Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, they did not give us specific numbers, maybe because the whole Chaoyang District (epidemic) has a lot of distribution points, and they are doing this work.”
The Epoch Times reporters called Beijing Chaoyang District Center for Disease Control, Beijing Municipal Education Bureau, and Tongzhou District Education Bureau, but they could not get through.
At present, there are two transmission chains in Beijing: one is the transmission chain consisting of branches of schools, senior tour groups, decoration workers, family dinners, and wedding banquets; the other is the transmission chain caused by work exposure in Fengtai District.
On the afternoon of the 27th, the CCP Beijing officially reported that from April 22 to 15:00 on the 27th, a total of 138 local infections were reported in the city, involving 8 districts, including 80 in Chaoyang District, 29 in Fangshan District, and 8 in Shunyi District. 6 cases in Tongzhou District, 6 cases in Fengtai District, 5 cases in Changping District, 2 cases in Xicheng District, and 2 cases in Yanqing District.
As of 15:00 on the 27th, among the cumulative reported infected people, school students and kindergarten children accounted for 31%, involving 6 schools and 2 kindergarten institutions, mainly in a middle school in Chaoyang. 36 cases.
On the 27th, there were many new cases of infected students in Tongzhou District, from 3 different middle schools; in Fangshan District, there were many new cases of infected students in schools, from middle schools and kindergartens. According to the official report, there are a large number of people on campus and a high concentration of people, and some students’ activity trajectories involve off-campus training, which increases the risk of the spread of the epidemic.
Because the CCP is accustomed to concealing the truth of the epidemic, the outside world generally doubts that the official figures have shrunk significantly.
Beijing citizens are busy stocking up and selling out household freezers
The spread of the epidemic in Beijing and the closure of many communities have caused panic among Beijing residents, who rushed to buy and stock up. Demand for refrigerators and freezers has also surged to store hoarded food.
According to a report by Sino-Singapore Jingwei on April 26, on April 24 alone, Beijing Suning.com sold more than 300 online and offline refrigerators, which is roughly equivalent to the usual one-month sales.
According to the sales data of Beijing Gome and Dazhong Electrical Appliances, since the outbreak of the current round of the epidemic, the demand for Beijing freezers, refrigerators and other products has surged, and the sales of refrigerators and freezers with a large capacity of more than 300 liters have increased by 59%.
“The freezers have been sold in the past two days.” De Ling, a Beijing salesperson of a certain home appliance brand, said that he went to check the inventory on the morning of the 25th. There are still more than 30 units of a 100-liter freezer. shipped.
Infected by the atmosphere of rushing vegetables in the circle of friends, Mr. Li from Daxing District, Beijing quickly bought a vertical freezer, “There was just one left in the mall, and I grabbed it. After I bought it, I felt much more at ease, and there was no need to stock up. pressure.”
On the morning of the 26th, several sales staff in Chaoyang District said that the number of customers who bought the freezer has increased significantly in the past two days. On the 25th, one or twenty units were sold a day, and now the store is out of stock. At the same time, some brands of household small freezers are out of stock, and stores are stepping up replenishment.
At present, household small freezers are the most in short supply, and many stores in Beijing are out of stock to varying degrees.
Responsible editor: Fang Xiao#