China’s National Health Commission said 46 new cases were reported last week, including 42 from abroad. In Beijing, authorities are working hard to manage the outbreak. Beijing Municipal Bureau of Culture and Tourism's senior official Zhou Weimin said they are striving to strengthen the control and management of new arrivals who come to Beijing and stay in hotels. Hotel guests will now be required to provide a national health clearance and a Beijing's health condition app, with both showing 'normal' status. The new measure encourages guests to provide information about their contacts in Beijing, and to accept the health management requirement of the hotels. Chinese authorities fear a second wave triggered by tourism or asymptomatic patients.