Coronavirus : China's capital Beijing imposes 14-day quarantine on arrivals
BEIJING (REUTERS) - The Chinese capital Beijing is imposing a 14-day self-quarantine on all those returning to the city, and will punish those who refuse to quarantine themselves or follow official rules on containing a new coronavirus, city authorities said on Friday (Feb 14).. Read more at straitstimes.com.
The state-backed Beijng Daily newspaper cited a notice from Beijing's virus prevention working group reading:"From now on, all those who have returned to Beijing should stay at home or submit to group observation for 14 days after arriving.Anyone returning to Beijing will be required to submit travel plans to their community in advance, the notice said.
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