China to block 35 million people from 13 Chinese cities

Chinese authorities are working hard to control the swine flu virus that has spread around the world, and the number of banned cities has reached 13 cities, including Wuhan, the main outbreak, and the virus has infected 800 people from China.

In a bid to curb the deadly virus, authorities expanded the area on January 24 and restricted the number of Canadian cities to around 13 cities, blocking the city of Wuhan, limiting the estimated 35 million people.

The new restrictions, announced shortly before New Year’s Eve, the most-visited holiday season in China, are a significant step toward expressing concern about the virus, which has little to be studied.

A day after the travel ban in Wuhan, the capital of Hubei province, with a population of 11 million, the government announced a public transport suspension that would affect half the state’s population.

Due to the sudden rise in the epidemic, patients in hospitals in the state are filling up and becoming infected worldwide.

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Today, the number of cases has risen dramatically, with 830 confirmed cases and 26 deaths.

Earlier this morning, authorities announced a ban on travel in Wuhan, where hundreds of passengers had been canceled due to airlines canceling hundreds of flights.

Later that day, Huangang, near Wuhan Irene The rest Public transport is banned in the city of Chiba. These cities have a total population of 9 million. Then again, the number of cities with travel restrictions was announced today.

It is unclear how the situation will affect the economy, as the closure of the Shanghai Discovery Channel and other tourist attractions this evening to curb the spread of the virus is unknown.

The main deaths from the virus were in central China’s Hubei province, but two deaths were outside that province.

Authorities say one patient died in Wuhan province, 600 miles [400 km] away. An 80-year-old man infected with the virus died on January 22, according to a statement from a health commission in Chiba. The reason was not confirmed until January 23.

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According to Hebei Daily, the party’s Communist Party leader, a man in the state visited relatives in Wuhan for more than two months.

Hebei Daily said that 76 people who had been in close contact with the infected had not been identified and that they were ill.

Another death was in Helsinki, near the Russian border, 1,500 miles from Wuhan.

BEIJING, Jan. 23 (Xinhua) – China’s Ministry of Finance announced on January 23 that it has allocated 1 billion yuan ($ 144 million) for Hubei authorities to stop the disease, which has already infected more than 800 people.

The city of Wuhan is a focal point for many high-speed railways connecting China’s major cities. The train will go directly north by 4 hours to Beijing, 4 hours to Hong Kong and almost six hours to Shanghai.

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This week, as many Chinese people travel in the country to reunite with their families, the increased risk of the virus spreading to the entire country and beyond.

According to a report in the People’s Daily, flights and flights to Wuhan and other cities have been reported. Trains; Buses and ferries have been suspended.

Authorities in the city of Chiba have ordered all local tourism agencies to suspend work and ordered all schools to suspend classes starting in the spring, according to the People’s Daily newspaper, the Communist Party of China.

China’s Travel Limits Now Cover 35 Million People, published in The NewYork Times on January 24.

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