[Epoch Times October 25, 2021](Epoch Times reporter Chen Ting comprehensive report) The Chinese Communist Party virus (COVID-19) epidemic has re-emerged in various parts of China. The initial local outbreak in the northwestern region seems to be evolving into a nationwide surge in cases. The Chinese Communist Party also announced that everyone in Ejina Banner, Inner Mongolia, must stay home to prevent the epidemic, which is like a closed city.
According to the announcement of the Chinese Communist Party’s Health Commission on Monday (October 25), China has 39 new confirmed cases and 13 asymptomatic infections, including 38 local cases. In addition to the ongoing fever in Inner Mongolia, it includes Gansu, Shaanxi, and Shaanxi in the north. Cases also occurred in Beijing, Hebei, and southern Hunan, Guizhou, Sichuan, and Yunnan.
Of the 38 confirmed cases in the mainland, 3 were asymptomatic infections, 1 in Beijing, Sichuan, and Yunnan.
The remaining 35 cases are in 7 provinces and cities in the north and south, including 19 cases in Inner Mongolia, including 18 cases in Alxa League and 1 case in Xilin Gol League; 4 cases in Guizhou, all in Zunyi City; 4 cases in Gansu, including 3 cases in Lanzhou City and 1 case in Jiayuguan City; There were 2 cases in Beijing, including 1 case in Fengtai District and 1 case in Haidian District; 2 cases in Hebei, both in Xingtai City; 2 cases in Hunan, both in Changsha City; and 2 cases in Shaanxi, both in Xi’an.
However, due to the fact that the CCP has consistently covered up the truth about the epidemic, the official data on confirmed cases of infection and deaths have been generally questioned.
The authorities announced that 35,700 residents of Ejina Banner, Inner Mongolia, must “fight the epidemic at home without leaving their homes” from Monday, and warned that if anyone does not obey this order, they will be strictly investigated for civil and criminal liabilities in accordance with laws and regulations. According to Chinese media, nearly 10,000 tourists are currently trapped in the local tourist resort of Populus euphratica.
According to a Bloomberg report (link), nearly one-third of the more than 150 infection cases found in China in the past week were found in Ejina Banner. Of the 38 confirmed cases announced on Monday, half of them were found in Inner Mongolia.
At the same time, the authorities have banned travel agencies from arranging cross-provincial team travel services in high-risk areas of the epidemic, and have interrupted joint external roads in these areas.
The current epidemic is spreading rapidly among tourist groups, and all travel-related train services across China have also ceased.
Currently, there are only more than 100 days left before the opening of the Beijing Winter Olympics. The outside world is paying close attention to whether the epidemic will further affect this sporting event.
According to the Agence France-Presse report (link), with the increase in cases, the Wuhan Marathon organizers stated in a statement that they would postpone the event originally scheduled to be held on Sunday “to prevent the risk of the spread of the epidemic.” The event originally had 26,000 participants.
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