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Chinese City of 11 Million Issues Travel Ban as CCP Virus Outbreak Worsens

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Chinese City of 11 Million Issues Travel Ban as CCP Virus Outbreak Worsens

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The largest metropolis in northern China’s Hebei Province barred its 11 million residents from leaving city confines on Jan. 7 in an effort to curb the spread of the CCP virus which causes COVID-19. Locals in a nearby city said in interviews with The Epoch Times that they were under lockdown, though authorities did not publicly announce the decision. Hebei is the province that surrounds China’s capital of Beijing. Many migrant workers in Beijing come from Hebei. Beijing’s food and other critical supplies are also mostly sourced from the province. Shijiazhuang is the capital of Hebei. On Thursday evening, the city’s vice mayor Meng Xianghong announced that all residents and vehicles will not be permitted to leave the city. Residents and vehicles of Gaocheng district—designated by authorities as a “high-risk” region for virus spread and home to 790,100—were further restricted and not allowed to leave the borders of their home …

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