MADRID, 30 Apr. (EUROPE PRESS) –
The health authorities of the Chinese capital, Beijing, have declared a tightening of measures against the spread of the coronavirus after registering 54 new cases this Saturday and in the shadow of the harsh confinement that the Shanghai metropolis is going through, the epicenter of the worst outbreak of infections recorded. since the outbreak of the pandemic.
All performance and entertainment venues, internet cafes, and city tours will be suspended due to the current COVID-19 outbreak during the four-day May 1 holiday weekend, which begins this Saturday, according to a statement collected by the international newspaper of the Chinese Government, the ‘Global Times’.
Once the bridge is finished, starting May 5, residents of the capital will have to present a negative test to access public places.
Chinese people often take the opportunity to travel around the country, but this year, the worst outbreak of cases since early 2020 is forcing many to stay home.
After the bridge, and for activities such as sporting events and group trips, participants must also present a negative test carried out in the last 48 hours, along with an additional certificate showing that they have received the entire vaccination schedule.