112 New Cases Throughout the Province

By That's GBA, October 26, 2022

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Welcome to the Guangdong province daily COVID-19 roundup. Remember, travel can be affected if you have visited risk areas. To check risk areas near you, search 全国高中低风险疫情地区 on WeChat. 

One hundred and twelve cases of COVID-19 have been reported throughout the province of Guangdong today, the majority of which (73) were in Guangzhou. 

Here’s a look at the COVID-19 numbers per city. Scroll down for a more detailed breakdown of cases throughout Guangdong. 

Locally Transmitted COVID-19 Cases

  • Guangzhou: 27 symptomatic, 46 asymptomatic

  • Jiangmen: 10 symptomatic, 1 asymptomatic

  • Foshan: 4 symptomatic, 6 asymptomatic

  • Shenzhen: 2 symptomatic, 3 asymptomatic

  • Huizhou: 1 symptomatic, 1 asymptomatic

  • Yangjiang: 1 symptomatic

  • Meizhou: 7 asymptomatic

  • Jieyang: 3 asmymptomatic


The following pandemic prevention and control measures have been implemented in Guangzhou:

  • Haizhu District, Liwan District and Conghua District newly been classified as key areas

  • New and Adjusted Risk Areas in Baiyun District

  • Liwan District and Huadu District to adjust regional temporary control measures

  • Panyu District, Nansha District and Conghua District will strengthen epidemic prevention and control measures

  • Yuexiu District suspends dine in services

  • City-wide nucleic acid testing will be rolled out today (Wednesday, October 26).

Infected persons (symptomatic)

  • Cases 1-5: Xinhua Street, Huadu District.

  • Case 6: Xiuquan Street, Huadu District.

  • Case 7: Chini Town, Huadu District.

  • Case 8: Huadong Town, Huadu District.

  • Case 9-14: Baiyun Lake Street, Bai Yun District.

  • Case 15: Yongping Street, Baiyun District.

  • Case 16: Zhongluotan Town, Baiyun District.

  • Case 17: Jianggao Town, Baiyun District.

  • Case 18: Helong Street, Baiyun District.

  • Cases 19-20: Wushan Street, Tianhe District.

  • Case 21: Xinghua Street, Tianhe District.

  • Case 22: Jianghai Street, Haizhu District.

  • Case 23: Fengyang Street, Haizhu District.

  • Case 24: Jianghai Street, Haizhu District.

  • Case 25: Ruibao Street, Haizhu District.

  • Case 26: Chigang Street, Haizhu District.

  • Case 27: Wushan Street, Tianhe District.

Cases 1-22 were identified during screening of isolatied individuals or those in high-risk areas.

Case 23 was found via yellow code testing. 

Cases 24 and 25 were found in community nucleic acid screening.

Cases 26 and 27 were found in the screening of fever clinic visitors.

Infected persons (asymptomatic)

  • Cases 1-9: Xinhua Street, Huadu District.

  • Cases 10-11: Huashan Town, Huadu District.

  • Cases 12-13: Xinya Street, Huadu District.

  • Case 14: Huacheng street, Huadu District.

  • Case 15: Tanbu Town, Huadu District.

  • Cases 16-21: Baiyunhu street, Baiyun District.

  • Case 22: Longgui Street, Baiyunhu street.

  • Case 23: Chigang street, Haizhu District.

  • Case 24: Jianghai Street, Haizhu District.

  • Case 25: Dongsha Street, Liwan District

  • Cases 26-27: Dongshan Street, Yuexiu District.

  • Cases 28-32: Chigang Street, Haizhu District.

  • Cases 33-39: Jianghai Street, Haizhu District.

  • Case 40: Fengyang Street, Haizhu District.

  • Case 41: Nanzhou Street, Haizhu District.

  • Case 42: Guanzhou Street, Haizhu District.

  • Cases 43-44: Fengyang Street, Haizhu District.

  • Case 45: Jianghai Street, Haizhu District.

  • Case 46: Jianghai Street, Haizhu District.

Asymptomatic patients 1-27 were identified during screening of isolated individuals or those in high-risk areas.

Cases 28-42 were found via community nucleic acid testing.

Cases 43-45 was found found via yellow code testing

Case 46 returned an 'abnormal test result' upon return to Guanghzou from another province. A later test returned a positive result.


In Shenzhen, five cases of COVID-19 were discovered (two symptomatic and three asymptomatic). 

Two cases were already in isolation while one case was found in non-closed-loop management screening of key personnel. The final two cases were isolating at home.

Infected Persons

  • Female, 28 years old, living in Longgang District Bantian Street, Developed Road No. 8.

  • Male, 39 years old, living in Longgang District Bantian Street Developed Road 8.

  • Female, 61 years old, living in Nanshan District, South Hill Street North Village East Street.

  • Male, 46 years old, living in Shatou Street, Futian District, Sharon Autumn Village, Lane 11.

  • Male, 52 years old, living in Baole City Hotel, Xin'an Street, Bao'an District.

The patients had reportedly visited the following areas.


The city reported 10 cases of COVID-19 (four symptomatic and six asymptomatic) for the second day in a row. 

All infected persons already in quarantine due to them being in close contact with other infected persons. 

[Cover image via NIAID-RML]

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