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Beijing tests 3.5 million people for coronavirus after

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On June 13, 2022, Channel News Asia reported that Officials in Beijing, China Accelerate the spread of COVID-19 at a 24-hour beverage shop known for its cheap alcohol and high traffic. with millions of people having to undergo testing while thousands more are living under lockdown measures.

The outbreak has infected 200 people, linked to beverage shops in Heaven. supermarket which is located in the heart of the city This shop has reopened. After Beijing eased measures to contain the coronavirus last week

The situation underscored China's hardships. in making the zero-covid policy a success. As the rest of the world chooses to learn how to live with COVID.

The resurgence of the coronavirus has also raised new concerns about China's economic outlook. which is the country with the 2nd largest economy in the world

China's city of Shanghai has just passed two months of lockdown and lockdown in its most densely populated and commercial hub. has affected the global supply chain

Opening of dining at a restaurant in Beijing It is expected to start on June 6 after the city of 22 million people. fall under a variety of covid control measures for more than 1 month

Shopping malls, gyms and many facilities were closed, while some of the city's public transport systems were suspended. Many citizens were asked to work from home.

“We have to test every day. It's quite cumbersome, but necessary,” said Cao, 21, who works at a convenience store in the Chaoyang District. This is where the last cluster was found.

"The virus situation has done little damage to our business, about 20-30% reduction," he said.

Chaoyang began three days of major coronavirus tests on about 3.5 million people from Monday.