Chinese mainland has 50 Covid-19 cases that have been locally transmitted

According to the National Health Commission’s daily report, Tuesday saw 50 Covid-19 cases in China, all of them in Fujian Province.

People line up for nucleic acid testing at a residential compound following new cases of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Ruili, a border city with Myanmar, in Yunnan province, China July 5, 2021. cnsphoto via REUTERS ATTENTION EDITORS – THIS IMAGE WAS PROVIDED BY A THIRD PARTY. CHINA OUT.

There were also 23 cases of new imports, including 13 in Yunnan and four in Guangdong. Two in Shanghai and one each from Tianjin and Zhejiang and Fujian.

The commission reported Tuesday that a new case of suspected international arrival was reported in Shanghai. No new deaths were related to Covid-19.

By Tuesday’s end, there had been 8,701 cases of imported disease on the mainland. 8105 of them had been discharged from hospital after recovery and 596 were still in the hospital. According to the Xinhua news agency, there were no deaths among imported cases.

On Tuesday, 95,413 confirmed Covid-19 cases had been reported. This included 837 patients who were still being treated, and four in very serious conditions.

After recovery on the mainland, 89,940 patients were discharged from hospitals. 4,636 people died due to the virus.

One suspected Covid-19 case was reported on Tuesday.

16 cases of asymptomatic symptoms were reported for the first time, with 15 coming from abroad and one being a local. As of Tuesday, there were 386 cases of asymptomatic disease, 360 of which were imported.

At Tuesday’s end, 12148 confirmed Covid-19 cases (including 213 deaths) had been reported to the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region. 63 cases were reported in Macao SAR. 16,098 cases including 839 deaths had been reported to Taiwan.

After recovery, a total of 11,854 Covid-19 hospital patients from Hong Kong SAR were discharged. 63 were discharged in Macao SAR and 13,742 in Taiwan.