Beijing ramps up plans for PCR tests and Shanghai reportedly will rescind restrictions this week

There were more than 17,000 new cases of CCP virus reported in Communist China on Apr 26th. Shanghai, with 16,980 new infections recorded, accounted for over 90%. Shanghai authorities previously had announced a new round of PCR tests would be conducted this Monday in all the lockdown zones, control zones and precaution zones. The health codes of residents would be divided into red, yellow and green colored codes depending on the test results.
The document circulating online indicated that the authorities intended to completely lift restrictions on citizens with green codes and restore public traffic as well as groceries and supermarkets starting on Apr 27th. In addition, Beijing reported another 33 domestic cases this Monday, most of which resided in the Chaoyang District. Consequently, Beijing authorities announced that it would conduct three rounds of PCR tests on 10 other districts, including Dongcheng, Xicheng, Haidian, Fengtai, Shijingshan, Fangshan, Tongzhou, Shunyi and Changping, as well as Daxing economic development zone by Saturday.
Public gatherings such as exhibition, symposium and wedding were suspended in the main urban area, while large-scale activities such as cultural and artistic performance as well as sporting events, were halted across the city as well. Joerg Wuttke, president of the EU Chamber of Commerce said what happened in Shanghai had clearly demonstrated that if CCP went down this line of total lockdowns, not only was it incredibly expensive, but it was also economically destructive and would stress out the social fiber.
In this regard, Miles Guo explained during the grand live broadcast that the true purpose of CCP’s brutal lockdown in Shanghai was to do an extreme pressure test on the society through the pandemic in preparation for the impending invasion of Taiwan. Mr. Guo said his intelligence suggested Beijing would experience a stricter lockdown than Shanghai, urging all People in Beijing to get well prepared without delay.

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