For the first time since July 19, China has reported no new Sars-CoV-2 infections, effectively bringing a series of delta outbreaks under control. This success is in marked contrast to rising concerns about high incidence rates in Western countries. The main measures used to contain Delta were mass testing, lengthy and consistently enforced quarantine periods, and punishments for CCP officials in areas with infections. More than 100 million people have been tested since the beginning of the outbreak, according to Bloomberg.
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