Written by: Ermat
According to a report by Free Asia on August 1, three people from a family in Fangshan, Beijing have been infected with the Chinese Communist Party virus. In response, Beijing has raised the level of control over entry into the city. People from medium and high-risk areas are strictly controlled to enter Beijing. As of July 31, there were 1022 confirmed cases in mainland China.
On August 1, at a press conference on the prevention and control of the CCP virus epidemic in Beijing, Pang Xinghuo, deputy director of the Beijing CDC, said that on August 1, there were three cases, all from the same family, who returned to Beijing from Zhangjiajie, Hunan Province. Officials stressed the need for strict management of areas and places of activity such as neighborhoods and buildings where cases are located. Home watchers should not leave their homes. And they convinced citizens not to leave Beijing unless necessary.
At present, people in areas where cases are present are restricted from entering Beijing. Flights, trains and bus services to Beijing are suspended. The government has strengthened the control of access to Beijing. Rail, civil aviation and highway checkpoints are strictly checked.