The latest wave of the COVID-19 pandemic in Manzhouli has reached a turning point, according to the region's health authority.
Manzhouli is striving to provide medical and living supply services and daily necessities for tourists stranded in the city.
Manzhouli has suspended certain activities for goods transportation via its railway port and land port to strengthen the prevention and control of the COVID-19 epidemic and avert the risk of imported COVID-19.
Manzhouli is implementing strong measures to guarantee materials supply in response to a new round of COVID-19 cases.
Manzhouli, a border city in the Inner Mongolia autonomous region that is under the jurisdiction of Hulunbuir, reported eight new locally transmitted confirmed cases of COVID-19 on Monday.
Ejine Banner in North China's Inner Mongolia autonomous region has gradually recovered from last round of the COVID-19 outbreak.
All stranded tourists have been transferred from Ejine Banner to different destinations.
As of 12 pm Nov 1, four COVID-19 cases in Inner Mongolia had recovered and been discharged from the hospital since the new wave of the virus began in mid-October.