Cases Fall for Second Time in 2 Days in Guangzhou

By That's Guangzhou, November 20, 2022

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Guangzhou reported 8,434 new cases of COVID-19 this morning, Sunday, November 20, a fall of 279 from yesterday's 8,713.

It marks the second day in a row that cases have decreased in the city.

Surprisingly good news.

On Saturday, the city reported 8,713 new cases of COVID-19, a fall of 531 from the previous day's 9,244.

The Saturday fall in numbers marked the first time in nine days that COVID-19 cases have decreased in the city.

That said, Guangzhou Municipal Government announced Thursday it has upped its makeshift hospital and centralized quarantine zones quota, with a whopping 246,407 beds planned for the isolation and medical observation of asymptomatic cases.

READ MORE: Guangzhou Prepares Over 240,000 Beds in Quarantine Facilities

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