Corona in China: America called back its employees as cases increased in Shanghai

Agency, Beijing.

Published by: Dev Kashyap
Updated Wed, 13 Apr 2022 12:45 AM IST

Summary

According to an order issued by the US State Department, non-emergency US government employees and their family members at the consulate in Shanghai have been ordered to leave the city immediately.

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The US has ordered its non-emergency government employees based in Shanghai, China, to leave the city. The US has taken this step in view of the sharp increase in the cases of Kovid-19 in Shanghai. A strict lockdown is currently in force in Shanghai to prevent infection.

According to an order issued by the US State Department, non-emergency US government employees and their family members at the consulate in Shanghai have been ordered to leave the city immediately. However, other US officials will remain on duty at the consulate. Millions of people in Shanghai, with a population of 26 million, have been locked in their homes for the past three weeks as part of China’s zero-Covid strategy. A large-scale investigation is being done in the city by strictly implementing the rule of segregation.

Trouble with food, other needs
People living in Shanghai amid restrictions are facing a depressing situation. Here they are forbidden to step out of their homes and are finding it very difficult to meet their daily needs including food. Infected people are being kept in large mass isolation centers, where the situation is very bad.

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The US has ordered its non-emergency government employees based in Shanghai, China, to leave the city. The US has taken this step in view of the sharp increase in the cases of Kovid-19 in Shanghai. A strict lockdown is currently in force in Shanghai to prevent infection.

According to an order issued by the US State Department, non-emergency US government employees and their family members at the consulate in Shanghai have been ordered to leave the city immediately. However, other US officials will remain on duty at the consulate. Millions of people in Shanghai, with a population of 26 million, have been locked in their homes for the past three weeks as part of China’s zero-Covid strategy. A large-scale investigation is being done in the city by strictly implementing the rule of segregation.

Trouble with food, other needs

People living in Shanghai amid restrictions are facing a depressing situation. Here they are forbidden to step out of their homes and are finding it very difficult to meet their daily needs including food. Infected people are being kept in large mass isolation centers, where the situation is very bad.


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