As of 10:00am April 13th, Shanghai reported 9,511 positive cases (1,189 new cases) and 246,632 asymptomatic cases (25,141 new cases) since March 1st, 2022.
For full details regarding how Ocean, Air, Ground and Customs are affected by Shanghai's COVID outbreak see Expeditors' updates here.There are 13 medium-risk areas in the city.
Starting from 12:00am on April 2nd, people leaving Shanghai need to show a negative antigen test result within 24 hours and a negative nucleic acid test within 48 hours.On Apr 11th, the city government announced its classified follow-up prevention and control measures based on the rounds of citywide nucleic acid test results and risky levels. Local areas will be classified as a “locked-down area”, “controlled area” or “ precautionary area”. Details on the 3 areas have been published except for Pudong district, which is still pending for official announcement by each street/town separately.
Check here for the latest information regarding the current outbreak of new coronavirus in Shanghai.
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