China has announced that the outbreak of the novel Tajik virus in the Uyghur population is on the decline

The Chinese health department announced that the epidemic of the new type of Tajikman virus in the Uyghur region has continued to decline for the past 6 days, and the number of people released from quarantine has exceeded the number of infected people for the past 3 days. In a press conference on epidemic prevention and control held by the Information Office of the Uyghur Autonomous Region on the evening of August 26, it was announced that no epidemic cases have been detected in 7 prefectures, prefectures, 22 counties and cities in the region, including Hotan, Altai, Aksu and Bortala. He said that the infected people in 4 prefectures and prefectures have been completely eradicated. Until August 25, there were no infected people in other prefectures except Urumqi, Ili Prefecture, Sanji, and Baingolin.

However, “Tangri Tag” network said that the government of the Uyghur Autonomous Region announced on the evening of August 26 that 61 infected people were found in Urumqi, Yining, Sanji, Turpan, Korla and other places until 9:00 p.m. on August 26. It turns out that 48 people are asymptomatic, 9 have diagnosed symptoms, and 4 have changed from asymptomatic to symptomatic. After the first new case of Tajsman virus was discovered in Uyghur Province on July 31, the authorities strictly implemented Xi Jinping’s order to “zero” the epidemic and implemented strict quarantine measures in Yining and other places. This caused many Uyghurs to starve in the above places.

According to the “Tengri Tag” website, 19 of the 48 asymptomatic patients found on August 26 were from Urumqi, 21 from Yining, 4 from Sanji, 2 from Turpan, and 2 from Korla. According to Chinese health authorities, the number of asymptomatic cases in the region has dropped to 2,557, and the number of symptomatic cases has dropped to 51.

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