The Hanting Hotel in Jiuxianqiao, Chaoyang district, Beijing, has been sealed off, as has the Qingfeng Steamed bun shop
On December 14, one new case was confirmed in Beijing. The patient had stayed at the Hanting Hotel in Jiuxianqiao, Chaoyang District, next to a Qingfeng dumpling shop. The hotel has been put on lockdown, and the Qingfeng dumplings have been sealed off, close contacts searched and the environment eliminated.
A 27-year-old man from Jilin province arrived at Beijing Capital Airport on A flight from Hong Kong on November 28 and tested negative for nucleic acid, state media reported. They were sent to the central isolation hotel, and the nucleic acid test results were all negative during the central isolation. After the end of quarantine on December 12, check in Jiuxianqiao Hanting Hotel, Chaoyang District. He developed symptoms of fever and diarrhea on December 13. He went to the fever clinic on December 14. The nucleic acid test result was positive and he was diagnosed as a confirmed case.
It is reported that all 177 close contacts verified so far have been quarantined. After sampling the environment of the hotel where he lives, 4 samples were found to be positive. At the same time, the hotels and medical treatment places of the confirmed patients were completely eliminated.
The Hanting Hotel in Jiuxianqiao, Chaoyang District, Beijing, has been sealed off, as has the Qingfeng Steamed bun shop, according to a video posted by Internet users.
According to Wikipedia, On December 28, 2013, Xi went to Qingfeng Steamed bun shop on North Yuetan Street in Beijing to eat steamed buns. The incident was spread on social media and republished by state media, thus attracting social attention.