COVID-19 measures ramped up in China’s Xian after cases edge higher
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Travel restrictions were tightened on Monday in the Chinese city of Xian after 150 new local symptomatic COVID-19 cases were detected on Sunday, and 155 the day before.  

The city is in its fifth day of lockdown as part of an intensive government drive to immediately contain all outbreaks of COVID-19.  From Monday, no vehicles were allowed on the roads of Xian unless they are for virus control or for people’s livelihoods.

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