11 million the Chinese city of Baoding imposed martial law because of the coronavirus

In the Chinese city of Baoding, which is located in the neighboring Beijing and Hebei province, impose martial law due to the outbreak of the coronavirus in a large market in Beijing. This is the website of NBD with reference to the statement of the authorities of the city.

It says that Beijing is close to Beijing (140 km) between the cities established a “cargo and personnel exchange,” which requires the city authorities to take immediate action.

In Baoding, home to more than 11.5 million people.

13 June edition of Bjnews have soobshili about the outbreak of coronavirus in the wholesale market, “Sinhali” in Beijing. It temporarily shut down. In the market area was introduced a state of emergency, suspended the work of the other wholesale markets of Beijing, canceled classes in schools and sports competitions.

Flash coronavirus infection COVID-19 began in late 2019 in China. March 11, 2020, the world health organization declared the spread of the coronavirus pandemic.

As of this morning throughout the world, the coronavirus has infected 7 900 924. Victims COVID-19 433 066 people (+3 thousand), recovered 3 769 712.

According to official statistics, China has been infected by 84 335 persons, of which 4638 died, 79 483 recovered.

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