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Fewer Covid cases in Jiangsu and Henan

The recent Covid outbreak in China appears to be gradually back under control due to strict restrictive measures. The National Health Commission still reported 51 new cases of COVID-19 on Monday, including 13 local and 38 imported infections. Symptomless cases also have decreased, with 17 imported and three local cases. These are not classified as confirmed cases of infection in China. Meanwhile, three asymptomatic cases in Xinjiang puzzled over the weekend: Those affected had not traveled outside the region for the past 14 days, nor had they had any contact with infected individuals, according to a report by China Daily.

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