US News COVID-19: China calls its inhabitants to store food

09:40  02 november  2021
09:40  02 november  2021 Source:   lepoint.fr

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d years ago Posted on its website, Monday, November 1st, the Chinese Ministry of Commerce asks its population to "store a certain amount of basic necessities to deal with daily needs and emergency cases ". This request from the Chinese public authorities, however, does not specify for which duration this alert is given or for which reason.

Depending on all probabilities, the opinion of the Ministry of Commerce intervenes as part of an epidemic recovery in China? In 2020, at the height of the COVID crisis, Chinese supply chains had been heavily disturbed, resulting in numerous shortages. At the approach of the Olympic Winter Games in Beijing next February , the power fears a new epidemic outbreak and has taken radical measures in recent weeks as a result of the appearance of sporadic covid-19 homes in the north of the country.

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At least 6 million people have been confined, especially in the large city of Lanzhou, 1,700 km west of Beijing. The number of cases observed, however, remains very low compared to the balance sheets recorded in the rest of the world. Only 71 new cases of contamination were announced Tuesday for the last 24 hours, after 92 cases Monday, the heaviest national countdown since mid-September.

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China is already the world's largest importer of food products, a situation that makes it vulnerable to diplomatic tensions, such as those underway with large suppliers such as the United States, Canada or Australia. Last month, the prices of 28 foods were up 16% compared to the previous month, the Chinese press brought on Monday, based on official data.

last year, President Xi Jinping called his fellow citizens to save food and denounced food messy. China has in its history been struck by episodes of famine, especially in the late 1950s and in the early 1960s, when the community collectivization imposed by the communist regime has made tens of millions of deaths in the countryside. Campaigns.

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