January 16, 2022

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Shenzhen Airport cancels hundreds of flights after a positive lawsuit

The 21-year-old employee was affected by the delta variation that appeared in India. The first country to be affected by the epidemic, China has not seen a new wave since.

At the very least, the answer is quick and strong. Shenzhen Airport in southern China canceled hundreds of flights on Saturday and tightened controls following a restaurant employee’s positive test for the delta variant of the Covit-19.

The Shenzhen Airport team said in a statement on the social network Wechat that the official account must be presented with a negative test within 48 hours of entering the airport. These restrictions went into effect at 1:00 pm local time (05:00 GMT). City health officials said a 21-year-old employee at Shenzhen Pavon International Airport was affected by the delta variation.

He tested positive in a routine test conducted on airport staff on Thursday. Shenzhen, a city on the mainland and neighboring Hong Kong, is home to large Asian technology companies such as Hawaii and Tencent. China on Friday reported 30 new cases of the corona virus, including six in Guangdong province (southern), where Shenzhen is located.

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Nearly 400 flights were canceled on Friday, according to the Veriflight website. Dozens of flights scheduled for Saturday were also canceled. Airport officials said the routes would be fully rerouted. Millions of Shenzhen residents have been tested in recent weeks after a small explosion was detected at the port this month.

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