China’s Health Commission anticipates surge in Coronavirus cases

China’s Health Commission anticipates surge in Coronavirus cases

The National Health Commission of has anticipated the increase in the number of COVID-19 cases that resurged in the country lately, according to local media.

The Global Times reported on Sunday citing the press conference of the Commission that the latest surge in the cases has been triggered by the Delta variant. Most of the infections that spread in nearly 11 provinces since October 17 have been found to be due to cross-region tourism activities.

Deputy Director of the NHC, Wu Liangyou said that the epidemiological investigations of the infections, discovered 106 out of 133 infections to be from tourism-related activities.

According to the newspaper, the official said that the increase in the number of cases is going to increase as the screening continues.

The official also urged the public to take the booster shots of the COVID-19 vaccines to reduce the risks of the resurgence of the cases, reported Global Times.

Meanwhile, Gansu, China’s Northwest province, has announced the suspension of all tourism activities after a surge in the COVID-19 cases in the region, reported local media.

All tourists in Lanzhou — where most COVID-19 cases in the province were reported — required to stay in wherever place they were and be quarantined, said Global Times.Gansu registered — from October 18 to Saturday night — a total of 41 confirmed cases, of which 30 are from Lanzhou, seven from Zhangye, two from Jiayu Pass, one from Tianshui, and one from Longnan.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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