Chinese people infected with new coronavirus, dissatisfaction with regulations at the highest levels for the first time in six months | Reuters

China’s National Health Commission announced on November 4 that 3,871 new community-acquired coronavirus cases were registered on the 3rd, the highest number since the beginning of May. This photo was taken at an inspection site in Lanzhou, China on June 20, 2022. REUTERS / cnsphoto

BEIJING (Reuters) – China reported 3,871 new community-acquired coronavirus cases on Thursday, the highest number since the beginning of May, the National Health Commission said Thursday.

In early May, the new coronavirus raged in Shanghai and the city of Beijing also rushed to take measures against the contagion.

There is widespread dissatisfaction with China’s tight restrictions on the coronavirus.

Bloomberg News reported on the 4th that authorities are working to end the system to punish the airlines that brought the new coronavirus to the country. It is said to be a sign that it is trying to mitigate the impact of the zero-crown policy.

Wuhan, the capital of Hubei Province, introduced a wave of temporary lockdowns and restrictions after reporting new double-digit cases last week, posting on social media. According to the video, there was a protest on the night of the 3rd. , demanding an end to the lockdown. Reuters could not confirm the authenticity of the video.

In Xining, the capital of Qinghai province, social media posts were flooded this week complaining of rising food prices and shortages of basic necessities due to the blockade. In the city, most shops closed in late October and a video was released showing residents handing out milk and vegetables to an elderly woman who reportedly went without food for three days.

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