October 14, 2020 | Macro
[Report] China averted a second coronavirus wave, but Beijing is getting ready for one anyway
On October 11, China reported a handful of domestically transmitted infections of COVID-19, the first such cases in eight weeks. This outbreak is the exception that proves the rule. Despite the absence of infections on a national scale, Beijing is treating a coronavirus resurgence as entirely plausible, and acting accordingly. Testing capacity is ramping up in preparation for the winter.
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