China’s COVID-19 Epidemic has ‘Basically’ Ended, but Not Completely Over
China had largely controlled the spread of COVID-19 within its borders, but the epidemic had not completely ended.
The country had implemented strict measures to contain the virus, including lockdowns, extensive testing, contact tracing, and quarantine measures. These measures had been effective in reducing the number of new cases, and many areas of China had not reported any new cases for extended periods of time.
However, despite the success in controlling the virus, there were still sporadic outbreaks occurring in certain areas of China, particularly in border regions where there were concerns about imported cases. Additionally, there were concerns about the emergence of new variants of the virus that may be more transmissible or more resistant to existing vaccines.
Overall, while China had made significant progress in controlling the spread of COVID-19, it was still important to remain vigilant and continue efforts to monitor and contain the virus.
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Reuters (2023) China’s COVID-19 Epidemic has ‘Basically’ Ended, but Not Completely Over. Accessed on 6 Mar 2023.