Chinese capital ramps up efforts to control Omicron outbreak and avoid lockdowns
Beijing has reopened a mass isolation centre as authorities seek to contain an outbreak of Covid-19 in the city.
The Xiaotangshan Fangcai hospital, which holds at least 1,200 beds and testing facilities, was first opened during the 2003 Sars epidemic, and used again in early 2020 to treat Covid patients. Its reopening signals a ramp up in efforts by China’s capital to manage the rising number of cases without going into a city-wide lockdown.
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