Most localities across China are gradually removing restrictions and people are returning to work.
Restaurants are starting to reopen, inter-provincial roads are restored and production activities at factories are gradually normal, the country of China awakened after “a coma” that was called SARS-CoV-2 virus causes COVID-19 infection.
With over 3,200 deaths and over 81,000 infections, the COVID-19 epidemic has had a significant impact on the second-largest economy in the world. Many factories and workshops have been shut down for weeks, while cities have been frozen.
At present, while the rest of the world is plagued against COVID-19 with a rapidly increasing number of cases, China, where the disease has begun, recorded the number of cases in this country decreases to zero after implementing a series of the unprecedented blockade and travel restrictions.
Most localities across China are gradually removing restrictions and people are returning to work. However, it will be quite a long time to return normal life with this most populous country in the world.
Masks and body checks are still indispensable in most localities. Many restaurants prohibit customers who sit opposite each other to prevent the spread of the virus.
In a park in the capital city of Beijing, Ms. Wang Huixian, one of about a dozen women who is moving to the music as a form of entertainment after a series of stressful days, she shared that people remain cautious and consciously stand at a space within 3m to avoid infection.
In Shanghai, cafes and many tourist attractions have opened to welcome guests. Images of Tai Chi residents in the park or taking photos by the river in the bright spring sunshine that have also reappeared.
However, many provinces and cities as HongKong now require citizens to submit QR codes that are downloaded to their mobile phones in order to give “green”, “yellow” or “red” ratings – based on monitoring whether they are going to high-risk areas.
People also restricted handshakes when meeting, many restaurants also narrowed the space to limit customers, while other restrictions such as banning mass gatherings are still valid.
Facemasks also become the “separation” of people, even the makeup videos also teach millions of women how to apply makeup on the half-face without dirtying the mask.
During his first visit to Wuhan City since the inception of COVID-19 in this locality last December, President Xi Jinping emphasized after many efforts, situations in Hubei and Wuhan showed positive developments, and confirmed the spread of SARS-CoV-2 virus was controlled at this locality.
According to his opinion, the prevention and controlling epidemic is a test of the system and management capacity of the government, and it also leaves a lot of lessons and experiences.
In the economic field, Xi Jinping said the epidemic did not affect the long-term, stable economic development in this country.
Chinese leaders also called and implement policies to support businesses becoming stabilize and create many jobs.