New Year celebration in China: thousands of people celebrated New Year in Wuhan amid COVID 19
New Year 2023 in china which is badly hit by Corona, also celebrated the new year. Thousands of people gathered in Wuhan on the night of 31 December to celebrate the New Year after the government withdrew its Zero COVID policy.
Happy New Year 2023: China, which is badly hit by Corona, also celebrated the new year. Thousands of people gathered in Wuhan on the night of 31 December to celebrate the new year after the government withdrew its zero-covid policy. In celebration of the New Year, citizens in Wuhan released balloons into the sky at 12 o'clock as per tradition.
Address by Chinese President Xi Jinping
Chinese President Xi Jinping addressed his citizens on the occasion of New Year. During this, he admitted that the wave of Kovid in China has entered a new phase. Difficult challenges may have to be faced in the coming times.
"With extraordinary efforts, we have overcome unprecedented difficulties and challenges," Xi said. It has not been an easy journey for anyone. He further said that there is a ray of hope in front of us. Let us make one more effort to cross this because persistence and togetherness means victory.
China's condition is not good
Earlier, news.com.au, an Australia-based publication, reported that according to a data firm, the number of deaths due to COVID in China has risen to 9,000 per day. The news.com.au report also states that British-based research firm Airfinity has estimated that the death toll in China has doubled as the number of infections has increased.
This report states that in December, deaths in China related to Corona could be 100,000 with at least 18.6 million cases. By mid-January, there are estimated to be 3.7 million COVID cases a day. At the same time, by January 23, a total of 584,000 deaths are expected in China. According to The Australian report, 'by March, more than one billion Chinese may be infected with the corona. And more than 30 percent of the population may already be infected, which is up to 400 million people.