Coronavirus 2019-2020 thread (no unsubstantiated rumours!)


dengyeye

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本土病例5例 new symptomatic cases (Inner Mongolia 内蒙古6例 and Shanghai 上海2例)
本土22例 new asymptomatic cases (Beijing 北1例 and Inner Mongolia 内蒙古4例 and Shanghai 上海6例)
It looks like a negative test every 72 hours + 15 minutes walk to a test station wherever you are will be the new norm in all major cities moving forward.
 
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It looks like a negative test every 72 hours + 15 minutes walk to a test station wherever you are will be the new norm in all major cities moving forward.

Amazingly...it looks like it's working.

The next step is 72 + 48 hours of "free to go anywhere pass" if all direct family members are vaccinated and boosted.

This is one way of promoting vaccination which will in turn compensate for the risk of increased time between required testing while reducing the cost of having to test everyone that frequently in terms of time and money.
 

dengyeye

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Amazingly...it looks like it's working.

The next step is 72 + 48 hours of "free to go anywhere pass" if all direct family members are vaccinated and boosted.

This is one way of promoting vaccination which will in turn compensate for the risk of increased time between required testing while reducing the cost of having to test everyone that frequently in terms of time and money.
Post-Mao CPC is by far and away the most competent governing entity in the history of humankind. A hallmark that distinguishes it from other political parties is its ability to learn from past mistakes, undertake self-reform, and subsequently adapt to an ever evolving situation.

I've said before that China will not experience a full lockdown à la Shanghai, Jilin, or Xi'an from here on out. I stand by this. Already the precision-approach has been ditched and measures successful in Guangdong are being implemented. Partial lockdowns are inevitable, but I cannot see the central government allowing a Shanghai 2.0 after all the tough lessons learned during these past few months.
 

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