Just two weeks before the Beijing Winter Olympics (2022 Winter Olympics) began, China has started to crack down on the omicron variant. In fact, once again, the controversial rule of taking samples from swab (Anal Swab) has been introduced here. This was recently reported in the Chinese newspaper The Beijing News. In fact, samples of at least 27 people were taken from the rectum at an apartment in Beijing. A 26-year-old woman was also reportedly on the list. Tell you that under a test, a testing kit up to two inches (5 cm) is inserted into the rectum and rotated several times. At the same time, the swab is removed before checking in the lab.
In this case, Chinese doctors believe that this way the corona is tested more accurately. Chinese health experts believe that some uncharacterized corona patients recover quickly. The virus is not found in their throat or nose after 3 to 5 days, but the virus is present in their body. Because of this, the covid virus can be easily detected by examining samples taken from the rectum. It was also stated that the presence of coronavirus from the swab is more robust and accurate. This method is more sensitive than the swab testing of the throat or nose. More easily, does it show whether a person is infected with corona or not?
At the moment, amidst the panic of the corona, only select spectators will now be allowed to go to the stadium, as the number of corona cases in the country has reached its highest level since March 2020. On the other hand, if we talk about China, China cancelled the sale of tickets to the general audience for the Olympics earlier this week. On the other hand, the Olympic torch relay has also been kept away from the general public. The 2022 Winter Olympics are scheduled to be held from 4th to 20th February 2022 at places near its neighbouring cities of Yanqing and Chongli, including Beijing, the capital of China.
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