Beijing Punishes Officials Over Covid as Tianjin Curbs Tighten – Bloomberg

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The head of Beijing’s postal administration was warned for not properly supervising virus-prevention work and not paying enough attention to the growing case numbers over a cluster at a courier service outlet, according to a statement posted on the website of the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection, China’s top anti-graft agency. Eight officials involved in a China Railway-linked cluster were punished for lying about their movements.


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