Live: Presser on latest COVID-19 containment measures in Guangzhou

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Officials in Guangzhou, capital of south China’s Guangdong Province, inform the public of the latest COVID-19 containment measures. Guangdong Province reported 11 new locally transmitted confirmed COVID-19 cases on Monday, of which one was a previously asymptomatic case.

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