Xiaotangshan Hospital, which is dedicated to diagnosing and treating lightly imported coronavirus cases in Beijing, released all of its patients on Tuesday and is scheduled to shut down on Wednesday.
The health center, which was renovated on March 16 and put into service to accommodate Covid-19 patients, also had cases of suspected coronavirus infection at its facilities and individuals under investigation had to.
It was built in just a week in 2003 to quarantine patients with severe acute respiratory syndrome or SARS. It is located in the northern suburbs of the Chinese capital.
China, the country where the Covid 19 pandemic was triggered and which was hit hardest at first, appears to have the disease under control.
The Department of Health reported six new cases on Tuesday, three from local transmission and three from imported, increasing the total to 82,836 while 4,633 have died.