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Tianjin on partial lockdown after Omicron found

BEIJING (AP) – The numbers are small, but the major port of Tianjin may be facing China’s first local outbreak of Omicron of any size, less than a month before the Winter Olympics open in nearby Beijing.

State broadcaster CCTV said the government has divided Tianjin and its 14 million residents into three levels of restrictions, starting with lockdown areas where people are not allowed to leave their homes at all.

In control areas, each household is allowed to have one family member leave to buy groceries every other day, while in prevention areas, people must remain inside their immediate neighbourhoods.

Buses and trains from Tianjin to Beijing have been suspended and people are being told not to leave the city unless they have pressing business.

More details on Tuesday’s Borneo Bulletin

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