China’s national health authorities reported two COVID-19 deaths on Saturday, the first recorded rise in the death toll since January 2021, as the country battles an omicron-driven surge. The deaths, both in northeastern Jilin province, bring the country’s coronavirus death toll to 4,638.
BREAKING—China has now confirmed its first #COVID19 deaths in over a year. China is grappling with sustained outbreaks in two-thirds of its provinces (>90 million in full or partial lockdown). Most of its cases are the new more contagious #BA2 subvariant. https://t.co/Qm8ObaVri5
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