Martial law was imposed in another Chinese city due to the re-outbreak of coronavirus
Martial law was introduced in another Chinese city in Hebei Province - in the city of Baoding, which borders Beijing.
“Baoding is close to Beijing, freight and personnel flows between our cities are very tight. This requires us to be very vigilant and take immediate action. The safety of people is paramount. We must decisively put an end to the epidemic, and not wait for its spread. Act immediately, strictly monitor mortality, accurate treatment and effective control. Be careful, strictly controls all entrances to the city, to prevent the spread of the epidemic in Baoding",- is listed in the statement of the Mayor Guo Jianying.
The head of the city urged all employees to measure the temperature before the start of the working day, and enterprises to strictly observe measures to prevent the spread of the epidemic, to provide their employees with protective equipment. Companies are still working.
Previously, because of the repeated outbreak of the epidemic, martial law was introduced in one of the districts of Beijing. An outbreak of coronavirus was recorded in one of the capital's Xinfadi markets. On the eve of three market visitors identified coronavirus, after checking more than 500 workers, 45 of them confirmed a new disease. The market and adjoining microdistricts were quarantined, including three schools and three kindergartens.