Vision Times reported that on June 9, a cluster of Covid-19 infections was discovered in the Chaoyang District Paradise Supermarket and bars.

So far, 115 cases with another 6,158 close contacts have been reported.

From midnight on June 8 to 15:39 on the 11th, Beijing added 107 new cases of local infections. Chaoyang District, the hardest-hit area of ​​the epidemic, added 151 risk points on the 11th and designated multiple areas for closure and control, with residents required to stay at home.

On June 11, the 362nd press conference on the prevention and control of the COVID-19 epidemic in Beijing announced that on June 10, there were 61 new cases of local Covid infections in Beijing, all of whom were in quarantine. There are 14 districts involved, of which Chaoyang District has 17 cases, followed by Tongzhou District with seven cases, and Haidian, Fengtai, and Daxing with six cases each. 

From April 22 to 15:00 on June 11, Beijing reported a total of 1,946 cases of COVID-19 virus infections involving 16 districts.

The current spread of the epidemic is moving rapidly. It is expected that there will be successive cases among the visitors and close contacts of the bar, and the risk of the infection spreading is relatively high.

The epidemic in Chaoyang District, Beijing, is serious this time, and 151 risk points were added on the 11th. Officials admit that the risk of the spread of the epidemic in bars in Chaoyang District is high.

According to Sohu, the Beijing Universal Resort, including Beijing Universal Studios, Universal Studios Hotel, NUO Resort Hotel, and Beijing Universal City Avenue, remain closed. The theme of Beijing Universal Studios was initially planned to be launched on June 11. However, the pre-sale of park tickets, hotel products, and Universal Studios Beijing Summer and Autumn Roaming Card will be delayed.

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