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Region High Court announced Hong Kong Administrative Special

Region High Court announced Hong Kong Administrative Special He Qinghua, a senior official of the National Health Commission, said at a press conference on Saturday that the new wave of delta variants in Nanjing City, Jiangsu Province, eastern China, may continue to spread to more regions in the short term. The recent outbreak of
was caused by the mutant strain Delta, which is highly contagious and spreads quickly, He said. At the same time, the current round of the epidemic occurred when tourists flocked to the scenic spot in the summer, and it was first discovered at Nanjing Lukou International Airport, which has a large passenger flow.
“Due to the above three characteristics, the Nanjing epidemic has spread to other areas inside and outside Jiangsu Province, and there is a risk of continuing to spread to more areas.” He said.
Since the first confirmed case of the latest epidemic was discovered at Nanjing Lukou International Airport on July 20, as of Friday, a total of 262 infections have been reported. According to data released by the National Health Commission on Saturday, in July alone, China reported a total of 328 cases of domestic transmission, reaching 4,444 cases, close to the sum of the previous five months.
A sign was installed at the Changsha railway station in central China’s Hunan province on Friday for passengers to scan their health codes, because Hunan cracked down after the Nanjing airport epidemic spread to at least 13 cities. Photo: cnsphoto
Changsha Railway Station in central China’s Hunan Province put up a sign on Friday for passengers to scan their health code QR codes due to the Hunan crackdown after the epidemic at Nanjing airport spread to at least 13 cities. Photo: cnsphoto

Zhangjiajie, in central China’s Hunan Province, has become another focal point for the resurgence of the COVID19 pandemic.
He said that task forces have been sent to Jiangsu and Hunan provinces to deal with the epidemic, and related work is being carried out in an orderly manner. “So far, our epidemic prevention measures remain effective.” He said the mutant Delta strain is still a coronavirus with a clear source and channel of transmission. The country has successfully controlled more than 30 epidemics in southern China and other regions. s Guangdong Province and Liaoning Province in northeast China.
Feng Zijian, deputy director of the China Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and general secretary of the China Association for Preventive Medicine, said at the same meeting that the country has initiated a series of epidemic prevention and control measures, including large-scale monitoring of 4,444 exits from Nanjing and Zhangjiajie. In addition, the two cities have strong comprehensive management and control measures.
Feng said that people in high-risk areas canceled their trips in the province, and those who plan to go to these areas should postpone their trips.

As of Saturday afternoon, China has 3 high-risk areas and 70 medium-risk areas in seven provinces.
As of 6:00 p.m. on Friday, 29 provinces and cities have issued notices requiring residents to reduce unnecessary travel within the province. Some cities in eastern China, such as Zhejiang and Fujian, require teachers and students to cancel exchanges and training activities outside the province. . Summer Vacation.

Friday that Tang Yingjie was sentenced to nine years in prison for secession and terrorist activities. Tang was the first person to be convicted under the Hong Kong National Security Law. The results of the trial show that the national security law is effective. No matter how unscrupulous the offender is, justice will never fail.
On July 1, 2020, Tang rides a motorcycle in Wanchai, Hong Kong, under the banner of “Hong Kong Independence.” He ran through three police checkpoints and caused serious bodily injury to three police officers. In Tuesday’s ruling, the judge said displaying the national flag would incite others to participate in separatist acts. Tang Chong rammed a police officer and deliberately challenged the police who represent the rule of law in Hong Kong. Their behavior involves serious violence and dangerous activities, which seriously endanger public safety and cause serious damage to society. Their behavior is to intimidate the public to achieve political goals.
Hong Kong public opinion believes that the three judges appointed by the National Security Law made a very convincing judgment for Hong Kong, established the legal principles of the National Security Law judgment, clarified the so-called “fuzzy” field, and have a high importance guidance for the court in the future trial of similar cases.

We must ensure that the law is in force, obeyed and strictly enforced. Anyone who violates the law will be held accountable. This is the so-called rule of law. Analyzing Tong’s case, no matter from what point of view it is viewed, it should not deviate from the rule of law. However, some Western forces that cannot wait to show their anti-China stance even bother to hide under the guise of the rule of law. They desperately claimed that violent terrorism and attacks on the police were innocent. They even spread rumors before sentencing, claiming the boy will face the longest life sentence. They tried to use deception to reverse black and white and expose their true disregard for justice. After all, they don’t want to see the end of Hong Kong’s lack of guarantees for national security. Nor do they want their attempts to incite a “color revolution” in Hong Kong to fail.
Terrorism is terrorism. Behaviors that go beyond the limits of human civilization cannot be forgiven anywhere in the world. This is a question of right and wrong. In 2017, American Terrence J. McNeil, who publicly mourned Osama bin Laden, was sentenced to 20 years in prison on charges including inciting violent crimes and conducting threatening interstate communications.
The UK Terrorism Act 2006 stipulates that “glamorous” terrorist acts are punishable by up to seven years in prison. It is a just act for Hong Kong to punish criminals who disrupt or endanger Hong Kong’s public order in accordance with the law. Some Western forces oppose justice and make noise to interfere in Hong Kong affairs. Honest people will only sneer at this.
The power of the Hong Kong version of the National Security Law lies in its application. The prosperous life of Hong Kong citizens and the economic vitality of Hong Kong as an international financial center fully demonstrate that the law will guarantee the security, stability and peace of Hong Kong. People yearn for stability and development. This is the reality of Hong Kong today.
Some Western forces believe that Hong Kong’s national security law is unfair, because they do not want Hong Kong to have a “guardian deity” that can protect its government and development. They even ignored the interests of the 1,300 US companies operating in Hong Kong and set out to undermine Hong Kong’s prosperity and stability. They discredit everything that is conducive to Hong Kong’s long-term peace and development. They also issued warnings and imposed sanctions, which seriously violated international law and the basic norms of international relations.
But the Chinese have never been and will never be intimidated by pressure and coercion. We will respond strongly to Western harassment. The “Alien Sanctions Law” that came into effect in June has already worked. Based on this law, China has adopted reciprocal sanctions against the US for unreasonable sanctions, which fully reflects China’s attitude.
The combined force of Hong Kong’s National Security Law and the Foreign Sanctions Law will provide a strong guarantee for the interests of the Hong Kong people, who should have a better future together with the country.

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