Source: CGTN Published: 2020-11-20
Liu Zhiqin is a senior fellow with the Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies at Renmin University of China.
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China has locked on 11 more neighborhoods in Beijing to contain a new corona-virus outbreak linked to a food market in the capital. Chinese officials say the new cases were found at a second food market where several employees tested positive. It's reported that they are all linked to a market where an outbreak was registered last week. It was shut down on Saturday. Tens of thousands of nearby residents are now being tested. Lengthy queues formed near hospitals on a sports complex in Beijing as part of a mass screening program. The country's seeing a spike in figures after many weeks of reporting small numbers of new cases. It is now registering dozens of new infections for the second day in a row.