On Thursday, Shanghai reported three locally transmitted COVID19 cases:
- Case 1 is a 34-year-old woman who is a permanent resident of Xiamen, Fujian. She went to Beijing from Xiamen on November 12 and arrived in Shanghai from Beijing on November 15. On the morning of November 25, she tested positive in the nucleic acid test. The woman has been fully vaccinated with two doses.
- Case 2 is a 32-year-old woman living at Lane 1080 Haiyang Road in Pudong New Area. On the morning of November 25, she tested positive in the nucleic acid test. The woman has also been fully vaccinated with two doses.
- Case 3 is a 31-year-old woman living at Lane 189 Yewen Road of Zhaoxiang Town in Qingpu District. She is a close contact of Case 1 and Case 2. Her nucleic acid test returned abnormal result on November 25. The woman has also been fully vaccinated.
The three cases are buddies who traveled to Suzhou City, a neighboring city, from November 19 to 21. They were found to be positive on Thursday morning. They had all been completely immunized.
The authorities have located 27 of their close associates. 16 of them had their nucleic acid testing come back negative. The results of the other tests are still being sought.
Their residential complexes are all rated as medium-risk locations.
The complexes are under lockdown, and authorities will ensure that residents receive their daily necessities.