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'China City' shopping mall health fence is raised this Friday

The health authorities decided this Friday to lift the health fence set up in the 'China City' shopping centre after more than 1,000 rapid tests were carried out on the site, revealed this Thursday Franco Mufinda, Secretary of State for Public Health.

: Pedro Parente/Angop
Pedro Parente/Angop  

According to the responsible, quoted by Jornal de Angola, the shopping centre will only start operating again when the employees and store owners are all tested.

So far, the health authorities have already tested the owners of more than 300 stores in the shopping centre and will now move on to the Angolan officials, who say they are relieved to carry out the covid-19 test.

According to the same newspaper, the shop owners want the testing phase to be brief so that the shops can open again as soon as possible. According to Jack Huang, president of the shopping centre, the assembly of the health fence has had a very negative impact on the Chinese business, but he applauded the measure taken by the government.

He stressed the rapid intervention of the health authorities and promised that he would do everything in his power to ensure that the preventive measures against covid-19 were complied with.

The fence was erected on 21 July, after two positive cases of the new coronavirus were detected.


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