Shanghai, which gradually eased its lockdown from June 1, reported one positive case outside the quarantine area on Sunday, while Beijing recorded no new local cases over the past weekend. The outbreak of the outbreak in Anhui province and neighboring eastern regions, followed by renewed lockdowns and mass testing, shows that China is still torn between continuing to "zero out" and gradually opening up to revive the economy.
_125743161_477665d2c73e469437ef615d5a8eb Photo Credit: Reuters / BBC News The Macau SAR has also experienced an outbreak industry email list of COVID-19 recently. The debate between "clearing" and opening up On the Chinese social media Sina Weibo, netizens expressed support for zero and opening. "The whole world is opening up, and the country is cleared every day. Who is going backwards?" said a comment on Weibo.
Another commented that the harm of the virus should be "objectively and scientifically recognized, and coexistence is not terrible"; others said that they still don't know how harmful COVID-19 is. Supporters said that it is necessary to carry out lockdowns and national nucleic acid in certain areas: "How many people are there in China? How many people are there in China? If the whole country spreads, what will happen to so many people with weakened immunity?" Macau and Hong Kong SAR outside China are also experiencing small outbreaks.