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Sport COVID-19: Chaos scenes in an IKEA store in Shanghai because of a positive case

15:00  16 august  2022
15:00  16 august  2022 Source:   challenges.fr

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Covid-19 : scènes de chaos dans un magasin Ikea à Shanghai à cause d'un cas positif © Wikimedia Commons COVID-19: Chaos scenes in an IKEA store in Shanghai because of a positive case From a positive person to COVVI-19 caused a panic scene in an IKEA store in Shanghai, China. Faced with the fear of confinement, the country applies draconian measures.

The fear of a containment for a single contact case caused panic scenes last weekend in Shanghai in an IKEA store, according to viral images verified by AFP. China applies a strict health strategy against the COVID-19 : quarantine investment of positive tested people, targeted confinements or generalized and compulsory PCR tests. In the spring, the economic capital Shanghai had been confined for two long months, in response to the worst epidemic outbreak in the country for two years.

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Saturday for a single contact case in an IKEA store, the authorities tried to retain all the customers of the Swedish furniture giant, with a view to forty. Videos widely shared on social networks show families blocked in the store by glass doors. On other images, you can see customers flee in disaster by what seems to be a rescue outcome of the Ikea store of the Xuhui district. Safety agents overwhelmed by the crowd struggle to maintain the closed doors.

上海徐汇宜家要禁止出入配合流行病学调查,吓得顾客赶快逃亡。在病毒被消灭之前不要在中国逛商场,切记。 pic.twitter.com/dAWbpbln7v

— 方舟子 (@fangshimin) August 14, 2022 to read also COVID-19: 320,000 people confined after a single positive case quarantine centers

This kind of scene is not unusual in China. In Shanghai Still, employees took the escaper powder on Friday after a contact case in an office building in the Huangpu district, according to AFP images. The draconian measures to fight against the virus, whose systematic placement of positive cases in quarantine centers, have recently caused the exasperation of part of the population in China. At the beginning of the month, 80,000 tourists were confined to the Tropical Island of Hainan (South), a very popular destination in China during this time of the year. If some have since been able to return to their original city, tens of thousands of vacationers remain trapped on the island.

Exasperated, a game protested last weekend, demanding a meeting with local officials, according to images verified by AFP. China reported 2,368 new local positive cases of COVVI-19 on Tuesday. Since 2020, the country has maintained its closed borders for foreign tourists, due to the pandemic.

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