SHANGHAI (Reuters) – China reported 990 new COVID-19 infections for Sept. 18, of which 147 had been symptomatic and 843 had been asymptomatic, the Nationwide Well being Fee stated on Monday.
That compares with 1,189 new instances a day earlier – 154 symptomatic and 1,035 asymptomatic infections – which China counts individually.
There have been no new deaths, identical as a day earlier, conserving the nation’s fatalities at 5,226.
As of Sept. 18, mainland China had confirmed 248,326 instances with signs.
China’s capital Beijing reported no native symptomatic instances and asymptomatic instances, the identical as a day earlier than, in response to native authorities information.
Monetary hub Shanghai reported zero native symptomatic and three asymptomatic instances, in contrast with no symptomatic and asymptomatic instances the day earlier than, native authorities information confirmed.
China’s southern expertise hub of Shenzhen, which had eased anti-virus restriction measures after a strict lockdown for many residents, reported no new domestically transmitted COVID-19 infections, in contrast with two a day earlier.
The southwestern metropolis Chengdu reported two new domestically transmitted COVID-19 infections, in contrast with 5 a day earlier, information from the native authorities confirmed. Town is returning to regular after current strict lockdowns.
(Reporting by Shanghai newsroom; Writing by Bernard Orr; Modifying by Muralikumar Anantharaman)