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Quarantine Centers Overcrowded as Chinese City Tries to Quell COVID-19 Surge

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Quarantine Centers Overcrowded as Chinese City Tries to Quell COVID-19 Surge

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A local official in northeastern China’s Shenyang city who handles quarantine said that dozens of local quarantine centers were overwhelmed with people who were suspected to have COVID-19. At least four local government officials were among those confined, he said in a recent interview. Although the central government announced few new infections in Shenyang, locals told The Epoch Times in interviews that the atmosphere in the city was very tense and the CCP virus outbreak was severe. Lockdown Parts of Shenyang have been on lockdown since late December due to a surge in COVID-19 cases. On the afternoon of Jan. 6, deputy director of Shenyang’s transportation bureau Shi Jun said at a press conference that all residents in areas designated as high and medium-risk for virus spread would not be allowed to leave the city. Other residents can leave the city if they presented a negative nucleic acid test result …

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