코로나 셧다운 이후 리조트 타운에 갇힌 수천 명의 중국 관광객

홍콩 이상 2,000 중국 당국이 코로나바이러스 확산을 억제하기 위해 임시 폐쇄 조치를 취한 후 관광객들이 중국 남부의 한 리조트 타운에 발이 묶였습니다., as the country’s stringent zero-Covid policy continues to upend businesses and daily life.

The city of Beihai, a popular summer holiday destination known for its white-sand beach and volcanic island in the Guangxi region, has reported more than 500 infections over the past weeka major outbreak by China’s standards.
토요일에, the Beihai government locked down urban parts of the citywhere its resorts and tourist attractions are locatedordered mass testing and banned residents from leaving their homes.
      The sweeping Covid restrictions also reached Weizhou island, an outlying islet over an hour’s boat ride away that is popular for its scenic coastline and beaches. Starting from Friday, tourists were told to leave the island, while hotels and guesthouses were ordered to refund guests unconditionally.
        일요일에, Weizhou island shut all entertainment venues, from bars, cinemas and massage parlors to swimming pools. Scenic spots across the island were also closed.
          At a news conference Sunday, local officials said the more than 2,000 tourists who were stranded in Beihai would be treated based on their levels of Covid risk: those who had not been to medium- or high-risk areas, and who were not identified as a direct or secondary contact of an infected person would be allowed to leave providing they could show a negative Covid test; others would have to stay in the city and undergo quarantine.
          Two officials in the city were removed from their posts for not taking adequate measures to prevent the virus spreading, state broadcaster CCTV reported.
          The sudden shutdown of the tourist hotspot is the latest example of the economic pain inflicted by China’s costly zero-Covid strategy. 지난주, the Chinese economy recorded its worst quarterly performance in over two years, after months of harsh lockdowns wreaked havoc across the country.
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          China’s tourism industry has been hammered by the seemingly unending travel restrictions and snap lockdowns, especially this year. During the Labor Day holiday in May, 뿐 160 million domestic trips were madedown by a third from the same period last year, 에 따르면 Ministry of Culture and Tourism.
          Many tourist destinations had hoped to see more visitors in the summer holiday, but highly transmissible new subvariants of Omicron have placed local governments under more pressure to control Covid flare-ups.
          일요일에, China reported nearly 600 locally transmitted infectionsits highest uptick since May. 적어도 16 provinces across the country have identified locally transmitted Covid cases so far this month, according to the National Health Commission.
            In Macau, the government said Saturday it would extend a citywide lockdown until July 22, as it grappled to contain the gambling hub’s biggest ever Covid outbreak.
            Macau imposed the shutdown on July 11, closing its casinos and banning residents from leaving their apartments, except for essential activities such as grocery shopping. It has recorded about 1,700 infections since mid-June.

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