CHINA China's Tianjin reports 31 new local COVID-19 cases


China's Tianjin reports 31 new local COVID-19 cases

22:40, January 10, 2022

North China's Tianjin Municipality reported 31 locally transmitted COVID-19 cases and 10 asymptomatic ones in the latest resurgence, local authorities said Monday.

Aerial photo taken on Jan. 9, 2022 shows a testing site for nucleic acid test in Nankai District of north China's Tianjin. (Photo: Xinhua)

Others who tested positive are pending confirmation, the city's health commission said, adding that all the positives were identified among close contacts under quarantine or those under closed-off management.

As of 3 p.m. Monday, 1,152 close contacts and 685 secondary close contacts have been screened out for quarantine, while about 75,000 people have been put under closed-off management, the city's director for health commission said.

As of 3 p.m., over 9.6 million residents had been tested, and the test results of over 3.4 million had come out.

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