The country has been adopting a strategy of maximizing the control of the virus, striving to reduce the number of cases to zero. These efforts are not without risks. As was the case with recent outbreaks in Fujian, however, they can be interrupted by outbreaks.
Madrid, September 16, 2016 (European News Agency). According to data released on Thursday, over one billion Chinese have received their coronavirus vaccinations. The Asian giant has also increased the number daily. There have been ten cases of COVID-19. The spread of COVID-19 has been a problem in the community.
The dose has been increased by the Ministry of Health of China to 2.11 billion. They have theoretically immunized more than 1,000,000 people against the pandemic which originated in Wuhan (China).
The country has adopted a strategy to minimize the spread of the virus. This is in an effort to keep the number of cases at zero. These efforts can sometimes be interrupted by outbreaks like the one that occurred in the Fujian area in recent days. According to Xinhua News Agency (XNA), nearly 50 local cases have been reported in the area this Thursday.
To prevent the virus spreading to other areas of the country, authorities have moved several cities to the periphery. Large-scale screenings were also organized. They have reduced the potential for internal mobility by encouraging distance learning or avoiding large crowds.