Officials punished after Covid outbreaks

More than 30 Chinese officials have been punished over recent Covid outbreaks. Officials in four affected provinces have been held accountable for “slow response and inadequate management,” the state-run newspaper Global Times reported. The exact nature of the punishments was not specified. Vice mayors, district chief executives, heads of local health commissions, hospital managers and officials from the aviation and tourism sectors were affected.

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