According to China News, the Hainan Provincial Health Commission reported that on July 13, Hainan Province added three new cases of local asymptomatic infected people. Including two cases reported by Haikou City and one reported by Ding’an County.

On July 13, Haidian Island, Haikou city, Hainan, continued to implement static management. Authorities require that vehicles and people can only enter and not leave. Currently, there are many people stranded on the island. 

A video shows a man trying to escape by swimming across the river to get out of Hainan Island, Haikou. However, he was arrested after being reported.

Authorities issued a notice to optimize the setting up of duty points in county districts and towns. These points perform the inspection work and strictly check the “Yunnan health code, communication itinerary card, personal ID card, 48-hour negative nucleic acid test certificate, and body temperature test” for people who come and go. Footage shows many people were stopped at Hongchenghu Road, Haikou City, on July 13. 

Guangzhou: Refusal to do nucleic acid test, people were suppressed like criminals

On July 13, the Press Office of the Guangzhou Municipal People’s Government held a press conference on preventing and controlling the Guangzhou epidemic.

According to Chen Bin, deputy director of the Guangzhou Municipal Health Commission, on July 12 and July 13, Guangzhou completed 6.01 million normalized nucleic acid tests. Chen Bin reminded the public that personnel in the risk area are requested to cooperate in the implementation of health management measures actively.

He added nucleic acid testing plays an important role in eliminating fresh outbreaks to achieve the goal of “Zero-covid” in China. People will be considered criminals if they do not comply with this mandatory regulation.

A video shared on the internet shows that village security personnel violently suppressed a man because he did not do the nucleic acid test in Cen Village, Guangzhou City, Guangdong Province.

Grandma Wong: Hong Kong government was an ‘autocratic government’

Grandma Wong, 66 years old, whose real name is Wang Fengyao, was an active participant in the Hong Kong civil protest movement in 2019 and often held a British flag when attending parades.

She was sentenced to 8 months in prison on July 13. The judge said she participated in an illegal assembly on August 11, 2019, and disrupted social order.

Earlier this year, she pleaded not guilty when she appeared in court. However, at her trial on July 13, she pleaded guilty and accused the Hong Kong government of being an “autocratic government.”

People see her as a brave woman, and a Twitter user said, “Although she will not be written in history, but she has been written in my heart ‘Hong Kong Grandma Wong’.”

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