In response to the latest resurgence of COVID-19, many parts of China have quickly adopted targeted measures to control and prevent transmission.
Amid the sporadic case clusters, local governments are making all-out efforts to guarantee people's health, with measures such as mass nucleic acid testing, origin tracing, and targeted screening and quarantines.
Ejina Banner, a county in north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, reported a new cluster of COVID-19 infections in October.
More than 9,000 tourists were once stranded. Local residents and tourists were required to stay at home and self-quarantine.
An 8th round of mass nucleic acid testing has been completed in the county.
Ejin Banner is sparsely populated and relatively underequipped with medical resources.
Nucleic acid testing plays an important part in the early detection and ensuing treatment.
In Shanghai, the Disney Resort was temporarily closed from Monday to Tuesday for the purpose of epidemic prevention and control.
And on Wednesday it resumed operations, after all cast members and third-party employees completed two nucleic acid tests within 48 hours, with all results negative.
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