People wearing face masks shop at a Carrefour supermarket in Shanghai, May 19, 2022.
City Shanghai No infections have been reported COVID-19 New arrivals outside the quarantine areas for the fifth day in a row, reinforcing the “Zero COVID” sentiment at the mall with 25 million people every day.
Shopper Zhong Renqiu said at the recently reopened Carrefour supermarket in the center of Changning district: “I feel very happy, the lifting of the blockade is starting to kick in.”
However, Shanghai authorities are still wary of the risk of a new outbreak of the disease in an effort to gradually reopen and are planning to continue asking most residents to stay at home until the end of May. Prioritize work and production over other activities.
Shanghai Vice Mayor Zhang Wei said economic activity here is recovering. Businesses can operate with workers onsite and local authorities will allow more businesses to resume normal operations from early June.
A blockaded residential area in Shanghai, China, May 18, 2022. (Photo: AP)
Mr. Zhang Wei said: “The city is working hard to move towards a full recovery of work and production as soon as possible. The resumption of businesses “will be based on the actual COVID1-9 situation.” It added that for the remainder of May, workplace restrictions and stay-at-home workers will remain in place.
On May 19, some housing complexes in Changning district distributed vouchers to people to go shopping at Carrefour supermarket. This ticket is for one person per household to go to the store in 40 minutes. Residents are advised to walk or ride a bicycle to the store and are asked to queue at the entrance 2 meters apart.
Shoppers wore protective suits, while others wore masks and gloves.
Another positive news is that 4 of the city’s 18 subway lines will reopen from May 22.
Shanghai reported nearly 800 new cases of COVID-19, of which there were no cases in areas outside the quarantine zone for the fifth consecutive day.
Meanwhile, the Chinese capital Beijing has not imposed a citywide shutdown but has gradually tightened restrictions over the past month to contain a small but persistent outbreak of several dozen new infections a day. . On May 18, Beijing reported 55 new cases, down from 69 cases the day before.
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