PHOTOS Closed-off management resumed in all communities as Beijing ups COVID-19 emergency response

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Closed-off management resumed in all communities as Beijing ups COVID-19 emergency response

Xinhua

23:36, June 17, 2020

A community staff member checks a resident's body temperature at the entrance of a community in Xicheng District of Beijing, capital of China, June 17, 2020. Beijing has upgraded its emergency response to COVID-19 from Level III to Level II, the second-highest of the four-tier system, as the city is battling to contain new clusters of COVID-19. Following the upgrade of emergency response, closed-off management has been resumed in all communities in Beijing and those who seek to enter are required to go through four steps -- having their body temperature tested, showing a registered pass, having their health code checked and completing real-name registration, together with strict exit controls. (Xinhua/Zhang Yuwei)

A community staff member checks a resident's body temperature at the entrance of a community in Xicheng District of Beijing, capital of China, June 17, 2020. Beijing has upgraded its emergency response to COVID-19 from Level III to Level II, the second-highest of the four-tier system, as the city is battling to contain new clusters of COVID-19. Following the upgrade of emergency response, closed-off management has been resumed in all communities in Beijing and those who seek to enter are required to go through four steps -- having their body temperature tested, showing a registered pass, having their health code checked and completing real-name registration, together with strict exit controls. (Xinhua/Zhang Yuwei)

Deliverymen deliver packages in Xicheng District of Beijing, capital of China, June 17, 2020. Beijing has upgraded its emergency response to COVID-19 from Level III to Level II, the second-highest of the four-tier system, as the city is battling to contain new clusters of COVID-19. Following the upgrade of emergency response, closed-off management has been resumed in all communities in Beijing and those who seek to enter are required to go through four steps -- having their body temperature tested, showing a registered pass, having their health code checked and completing real-name registration, together with strict exit controls. (Xinhua/Zhang Yuwei)

A deliveryman delivers a package to a resident in Xicheng District of Beijing, capital of China, June 17, 2020. Beijing has upgraded its emergency response to COVID-19 from Level III to Level II, the second-highest of the four-tier system, as the city is battling to contain new clusters of COVID-19. Following the upgrade of emergency response, closed-off management has been resumed in all communities in Beijing and those who seek to enter are required to go through four steps -- having their body temperature tested, showing a registered pass, having their health code checked and completing real-name registration, together with strict exit controls. (Xinhua/Zhang Yuwei)

Residents register for entering a community in Xicheng District of Beijing, capital of China, June 17, 2020. Beijing has upgraded its emergency response to COVID-19 from Level III to Level II, the second-highest of the four-tier system, as the city is battling to contain new clusters of COVID-19. Following the upgrade of emergency response, closed-off management has been resumed in all communities in Beijing and those who seek to enter are required to go through four steps -- having their body temperature tested, showing a registered pass, having their health code checked and completing real-name registration, together with strict exit controls. (Xinhua/Zhang Yuwei)

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