Chinese mainland reports three new COVID-19 cases, all in Beijing


A total of three new COVID-19 cases were reported on the Chinese mainland on Tuesday, all were local transmissions, with no more deaths, according to Chinese health authorities on Wednesday.


All locally transmitted cases were registered in Beijing, the National Health Commission said in its daily report.


The total number of confirmed cases on the Chinese mainland stands at 83,534 and the cumulative death toll at 4,634, with 100 asymptomatic patients under medical observation.


The total confirmed cases in the Hong Kong and Macao special administrative regions and the Taiwan region are as follows:


Hong Kong: 1,205 (1,107 recoveries, 7 deaths)


Macao: 46 (45 recoveries)


Taiwan: 447 (437 recoveries, 7 deaths)



China suspends Sichuan Airlines Cairo-Chengdu flight


Chinas aviation authority said on Wednesday it would suspend Sichuan Airlines from operating the Cairo-Chengdu route for a week from July 6, after six arriving passengers tested positive for the novel coronavirus.


Last month, a China Southern Airlines flight from Dhaka to Guangzhou was suspended for four weeks over concerns about imported infections.


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Chinese mainland reports three new COVID-19 cases


Chinese mainland reports three new COVID-19 cases, all in Beijing


A total of three new COVID-19 cases were reported on the Chinese mainland on Tuesday, all were local transmissions, with no more deaths, according to Chinese health authorities on Wednesday.


All locally transmitted cases were registered in Beijing, the National Health Commission said in its daily report.


The total number of confirmed cases on the Chinese mainland stands at 83,534 and the cumulative death toll at 4,634, with 100 asymptomatic patients under medical observation.


The total confirmed cases in the Hong Kong and Macao special administrative regions and the Taiwan region are as follows:


Hong Kong: 1,205 (1,107 recoveries, 7 deaths)


Macao: 46 (45 recoveries)


Taiwan: 447 (437 recoveries, 7 deaths)



China suspends Sichuan Airlines Cairo-Chengdu flight


Chinas aviation authority said on Wednesday it would suspend Sichuan Airlines from operating the Cairo-Chengdu route for a week from July 6, after six arriving passengers tested positive for the novel coronavirus.


Last month, a China Southern Airlines flight from Dhaka to Guangzhou was suspended for four weeks over concerns about imported infections.


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