China News: Coronavirus panic at Shanghai airport as it forced thousands to quarantine | The world | News

China News: Coronavirus panic at Shanghai airport as it forced thousands to quarantine | The world | News
“It has been reported that after two positive cases of COVID-19 were discovered at Shanghai Pudong Airport, 14,000 people have been forced to quarantine now,” said one Twitter user, political artist Padiokao. Authorities began compulsory coronavirus tests for every passenger arriving at Shanghai Pudong Airport today, with the publication of video images of masses of people being pushed into testing areas.

Another user on Twitter said: “Shanghai Pudong International Airport.

The sudden announcement of comprehensive COVID-19 testing and containment.

“The air is boiling.

“However, rumors say they have canceled the mandatory mega-test for fear of unrest.”

As some airport workers tested positive, fans were not allowed to leave the terminal and a reservation area was designated.

This news comes after a worker in a shipping terminal tested positive for the COVID-19 virus.

A Shanghai citizen wrote on Twitter: “After the Pudong Airport, Shanghai South Railway Station has started to ban.

“Is all of Shanghai really going to collapse?”

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Another Twitter user from Shanghai said: “Today, Pudong Airport said 100,000 people would have to be tested.

“Those who have to get off work have to take a taxi to rush to take the tests.

“It is no coincidence that Shanghai is on the verge of erupting now.”

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