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Beijing: A negative test is no longer required to enter supermarkets and shopping malls

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However, this condition continues to apply for entry to Internet cafes, schools, bars, closed gyms and nursing homes.

Beijing’s municipal government announced today that citizens who want to enter supermarkets and shops will no longer be required to show a negative test for the new coronavirus stored in the special application on their mobile phones.

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However, this condition continues to apply for entry to Internet cafes, schools, bars, closed gyms and nursing homes.

China’s health authorities have simultaneously announced a reduction in SARS-CoV-2 cases on a daily basis, for the 8th consecutive 24-hour period.

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They reported 28,062 infections, 5,046 with symptoms of COVID-19 and 23,016 asymptomatic, counted separately.

No deaths due to COVID-19 have been reported.

Officially, the death toll of the pandemic in the giant country of Asia with 1.4 billion inhabitants remains at 5,235 dead out of a total of 345,529 infections with symptoms, according to the national health committee (the Chinese Ministry of Health).

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