After the weeks-long of COVID-19 lockdowns and other severe restrictions, the city of Chengdu in southwest China,. will resume manufacturing and daily life “in an orderly manner” on Monday, local authorities announced on Sunday.
The news came after the city of more than 21 million people,. Which had been under a lockdown since September 1 and was the largest Chinese metropolis to experience restrictions since Shanghai lockdown in April and May,. Removed it on Thursday. Leaving many locals in need of food.
In Sunday’s notification,. It was said that “ With the joint efforts of the whole city The pandemic has been effectively controlled “. The city would keep bolstering COVID prevention measures by enacting a number of new regulations. The announcement stated that work across all departments, organisations, and businesses will resume as of Monday at midnight.
However,. To comply with comparable regulations in other major cities like Beijing and Shanghai,. Confirmation of a negative COVID test result within 72 hours will be required in order to enter public spaces or use public transportation.
Bars, mahjong rooms, gyms, swimming pools, and other indoor entertainment or recreational facilities will open “in an orderly way” and once opened,. It will be needed to check for documentation of a negative COVID test result within 48 hours. High schools will launch “one at a time” with returning students subjected to stringent testing and offline group activities,. Events, or performances being discouraged.
When a powerful earthquake in a neighboring region of Sichuan province shook the city earlier this month,. Some inhabitants locked to their homes were unable to even evacuate, according to residents. China has been working to limit the spread of epidemics of the highly contagious Omicron strains by imposing lockdowns of varying degrees. The cities of Xian, Shenzhen, and Guiyang have recently experienced lockdowns and limitations as a result of Shanghai’s extended lockdown. – SHREE METAL PRICES