China surrounded 10 million people in the city .. Is there a “new Wuhan”?


Amid fears of a second wave of new Corona virus in China, the authorities decided to close a city of 10 million people, fearing it would be a new epicenter of the epidemic.

Authorities have prevented entry and exit in Harbin, the largest city in Heilongjiang Province, in the far northeast of China, on the border with Russia.

And earlier this month, China decided to impose a 28-day quarantine on any new visitor to the city, with tests for everyone entering it.

The authorities also decided to impose a curfew on the population for a period of 14 days, but it recently placed the city under full closure and prevented entry into or exit from it.

Although the number of injured people in the city is not significant compared to other points in China, where it is just over a thousand, but the global health expert at the Council of International Relations Huang Yanzhong said that “the corona attack with a new wave may come in a way that the authorities do not expect.”

Fears of a new corona wave in Harbin are attributed to Chinese citizens returning from Russia, which has seen a rapid rise in casualty numbers in recent weeks.

The spread of infection in Harbin has caused a number of new manifestations in the city, as residents gathered in long lines outside the main hospitals for tests, while public places were closed.

Heilongjiang hospitals have experienced tremendous pressure due to hundreds of cases of injury or suspicion of injured citizens coming to the city from abroad, especially from Siberia through the border town of Suifenh, which has so far recorded 400 cases.

With this influx, Russia has become the largest supplier of Corona to China, especially as cases in Russia have risen in record time.

And the Chinese authorities closed the land border with Russia on April 8, but it may be a little late as cases rise in Harbin, which threatens to be the “new Wuhan.”

Wuhan, the capital of central China’s Hubei Province, was the main focus of Corona virus in China late last year, before it began recovering in recent weeks.

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