Chinese city near Myanmar border to test all residents after coronavirus cases

BEIJING (Reuters) - The Chinese city of Ruili will test all people there after authorities reported two new coronavirus cases imported from neighbouring Myanmar, state media reported late on Monday.

Reuters September 15, 2020 00:13:30 IST
Chinese city near Myanmar border to test all residents after coronavirus cases

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BEIJING (Reuters) - The Chinese city of Ruili will test all people there after authorities reported two new coronavirus cases imported from neighbouring Myanmar, state media reported late on Monday.

Ruili is part of Dehong Prefecture in China's southwestern province of Yunnan. The city asked residents to quarantine at home, according to state television CCTV.

(Reporting by Beijing Newsroom; Editing by Andrew Heavens)

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