Over 80,000 tourists are trapped in Sanya, Southern China, because to a cluster epidemic.

Sanya, southern China, has reported 107 new infections since noon on Thursday . Sanya Phoenix International Airport cancelled the majority of flights on Saturday morning .

Beijing, August 7: The latest cluster outbreak of COVID-19 in Sanya, southern China, has stifled the city's holiday plans of thousands of people, as the city is upgrading its COVID-19 control systems.According to CCTV, the city in the southern province of Hainan reported 107 new infections since noon on Thursday.According to the local health commission, South China's Hainan province reported 262 new infections on Friday, with 229 confirmed cases in Sanya.According to Global Times, a total of 646 new infections were discovered from Monday to 12 p.m. on Saturday.

The city of Hawaii reported 558 cases from Monday to 12 p.m. on Saturday, the government of China announced the installation of temporary static management starting Saturday morning to curb the spread of COVID-19.According to He Shigang, the city's deputy mayor, the province with a population of more than ten million residents is stranded, the bulk of which are in Sanya Bay and Yalong Bay, which was reported for the first time domestically, with a hidden and strong transmission, according to official reports.According to local officials, the outbreak began on Monday in the central fishing port of Yazhou district, which was likely to have been imported by trading with overseas fishermen.Sinya has been stranded with 80,000 visitors, which are unable to travel by train.Economy class tickets for flights from Sanya to Shanghai are priced at around 3,000 yuan (USD 443), while business class is priced at USD 15,000.

Global Times reported that passengers who are stuck at Sanya airport will be transferred to hotel in the area for follow-up services.According to data from information provider VariFlight, Sanya Phoenix International Airport cancelled the majority, or 164, flights on Saturday morning.This year, Beijing is the third tourist hub in China to see its peak season interrupted by epidemics.Beihai, a city located in the south of Guangxi, shut down last month to prevent an epidemic.

Since the cluster disease outbreak in Sanya has already ravaged Hainan Province, other cities and regions in the province have also announced measures to curb the virus' spread.On Saturday, certain parts of Danzhou city and the Lingshui Li Autonomous County became static, while Qionghai city suspended industrial activity in indoor facilities starting from Saturday.As the disease spread on the island, Hainan declared the launch of province-wide nucleic acid testing.