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Two More Chinese Cities Go Under Lockdown, as Beijing Mandates Four-Week Quarantine for Travelers

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Two More Chinese Cities Go Under Lockdown, as Beijing Mandates Four-Week Quarantine for Travelers

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The Beijing city government issued more restrictions on travelers in an effort to prevent the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus from spreading. Two more cities in northeastern Heilongjiang Province went under lockdown, as authorities in one village culled all livestock—fearing that animals could also spread the virus. On Jan. 19, spokesman for the Beijing city government Xu Hejian announced new rules to control the epidemic. At a daily press conference, he said Beijing and other cities have detected people from overseas who tested positive for COVID-19 after their 14-day quarantine. Thus, the government decided to extend the quarantine period. People from overseas must isolate for 14 days at quarantine centers, then seven days at home or a quarantine center, and finally another seven days at home, Xu said. Meanwhile, people within China who live in areas designated as medium or high risk for contracting the virus are not allowed to enter …

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