The Chinese Ministry of Health reported five new cases of COVID-19 on Friday, two in Beijing and the other three from abroad, affecting 331 people. after the focus arose in one of the capital’s main markets.
Of the 331 sufferers, 324 remain in the hospital. The outbreak, which started from a wholesale market in the southwest Fengtai district of Beijing, has prompted the authorities in the capital to revert to the detention measures that were decided when the pandemic hit the city of Wuhan, including a neighboring city with approximately Close to 400,000 residents south of the capital in Hebei Province.
There was no death from COVID-19 during Thursday, leaving the number of deaths at 4,634 for one day, while the number of confirmed cases in the country has increased to 83,542. A total of 78,499 patients managed to overcome the disease.
In return, 409 patients continue to receive medical help, eight of them in severe condition. The number of imported infections rose to 1,923 after a stagnant day, of which 1,854 were able to leave the hospital after recovery, although 69 other people are still in the hospital.