New difficulties may arise for millions of people who do not get the corona vaccine in China. The Chinese government aims to vaccinate 64 percent of its population of 140 million by the end of the year. Keeping this in mind, strictness has started in different provinces and cities of China. Public places such as schools, hospitals, shopping malls for people who have not been vaccinated in China. As such entry will not be allowed in other places.
Public transport also banned
An order has been issued in the city of Chuxiang in China's southern province of Greece that it will be mandatory for people over the age of 18 to get one dose of the vaccine by 23 July. Both doses should be administered within a month. Those who do not get vaccinated will not get admission to other public places including hospitals, schools, nursing homes, libraries, museums, malls. Such people will not be able to take advantage of public transport also.
No compromise in stopping the virus
Beijing has made it clear that every effort will be made to stop the coronavirus. There will be no compromise in this. The government says that only due to such strict rules can the virus be prevented from reaching the cities and other areas of China. Due to such strictness, the country can be saved from this virus. Negligence in this will not be allowed.
People protested on Weibo
In China, opposition to the decision to ban has started on Weibo, a social media platform used to like Twitter. A citizen of China wrote that earlier the government said vaccination is voluntary but now it is being forced. Similarly, another citizen said that I have got both the doses but such a rule is unfortunate and absurd.
Demand for Democrat MPs in America, formation of a commission on the origin of Corona in China
A group of Democratic lawmakers in the US has urged the Congress leadership to set up a bipartisan commission to inquire into the origins of the coronavirus in China. It is being said time and again from America that they will keep on finding out where the corona originated from.
Members of the Democratic Blue Dog Coalition in a letter to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (House Majority Leader) Stany Hoyer (House Minority Leader) Kevin McCarthy, (Senate Majority Leader) Chuck Schumer (Senate Minority Leader) Mitch McConnell said that the 9/11 attacks After the bipartisan commission was constituted, a similar commission should be constituted.
We are writing to you to express our strong support for the passage of legislation establishing a National Commission on the Corona Pandemic, which is based on the 2002 law, the Democratic Blue Dog Coalition wrote in the letter.