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In a notice issued Monday evening, local Communist Party authorities in Anyang, China, ordered all of the city's 5.5 million residents to observe strict stay-at-home orders after health officials detected an increase in Anyang's Chinese coronavirus caseload, Xinhua reported on Tuesday.

According to Xinhua, China's official state-run news agency, Anyang's municipal government "issued orders banning all vehicles from roads and requiring all residents to stay put while an epidemiological investigation is underway" on January 10.

"At the moment, all supermarkets in the city have ceased operations except for the sale of daily necessities." "Shops have been closed, and take-out services have been suspended," according to the report.

On January 11, Anyang's health department reported 58 new Chinese coronavirus infections. According to state broadcaster China Central Television, the community's caseload of the disease has risen to 84 since January 8. (CCTV).

"The city set up health monitoring points at every entrance and exit; suspended ticket sales for trains and buses leaving the city; and ordered taxis and ride-hailing vehicles not to leave," China's state-run Global Times reported on January 10 of Anyang.

Officials from the Anyang Communist Party said on January 10 that all travel out of the prefecture-level city had been halted to "ensure that the outbreak does not spread into outside areas." Anyang is the northernmost city in the Chinese province of Henan. Anyang is located in China's northern Hebei province, which surrounds the Chinese capital, Beijing.

According to the Global Times, the Chinese Communist Party's eagerness to prevent a coronavirus outbreak in Beijing prompted Anyang party affiliates to forcibly quarantine at least "1,495 close contacts" of confirmed Chinese coronavirus patients in the city as of January 10.

The 2022 Winter Olympics will be held in Beijing from February 4 to February 20. Officials from the Communist Party say they will impose a "closed-loop" management system on all Games participants, including athletes and staff, to help create a coronavirus-free bubble within Beijing during the event. Beijing has a population of nearly 21 million people, and the Games are expected to bring at least 20,000 volunteers and 2,900 international athletes to the Chinese capital.

"Starting Tuesday [January 4], thousands of Games-related staff, volunteers, cleaners, cooks, and coach drivers will be cocooned for weeks in the so-called 'closed loop,' with no direct physical access to the outside world," AFP reported on January 4, when Beijing began preparations for its parallel Olympic universe.

"Anyone entering the bubble must be fully vaccinated or face a 21-day quarantine when they touch down," according to the news agency. "Everyone inside will be tested daily and must wear face masks at all times."

Officials in Beijing have created a separate metro system for participants in the 2022 Winter Olympics. According to AFP, the project includes "dedicated transport between venues with... high-speed rail systems."

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