China's Erenhot city in Inner Mongolia found new cases of COVID-19 infections on July 30, but the local government said they will take all efforts to ensure smooth trades through Erenhot-Zamiin Uud broader crossing between China and Mongolia.
Inner Mongolia reported seven new locally-transmitted confirmed cases and eight local asymptomatic cases as of the end of August 1, all from Erenhot city, according to state media CCTV.
However, while the local government has imposed closed-loop management and carried out mass testing, officials also strengthened efforts to ensure smooth import and export through Erenhot border crossing in a bid to reduce the COVID-induced impact on the local economy.
Zero-point container transport operations are running normally on August 1, according to media reports from both Inner Mongolia and Mongolia. Authorities on both sides are expected to take measures to minimize impact of the virus on bilateral trading.
(Writing by Emma Yang Editing by Tammy Yang)
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