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Cooling down COVID test sites | 2022-07-29
Sanitation workers spray water on a COVID test site at Xinhe Community in Fuhai Subdistrict, Bao’an District on Tuesday.
Phased achievements made in latest COVID flare-up control | 2022-07-29
Shenzhen's battle against the latest COVID-19 flare-up has achieved phased results, and the number of new daily infections in communities has been kept low, Lin Hancheng, spokesman of the municipal COVID prevention and control headquarters office, said at a press conference Thursday.
Metro stations suspend service | 2022-07-28
Due to COVID-19 prevention and control measures, Metro lines 3 and 7’s Shixia Station as well as Line 10’s Shuangyong Street Station have suspended service starting yesterday until further notice, with trains passing by the stations without stopping, Shenzhen Metro Group announced yesterday.
CGN: hard core behind nuclear power industrialization | 2022-07-28
As of June 30, 2022, the six gigawatt-level units of Daya Bay Nuclear Power Base including Daya Bay Nuclear Power Plant and Ling’ao Nuclear Power Plant (Phase I and Phase II) had produced 868.6 billion kWh of electricity, of which 292.4 billion kWh of electricity had been sent to Hong Kong, accounting for a quarter of Hong Kong’s power consumption.
SZ’s GDP hits ¥1.5T in H1 | 2022-07-28
Shenzhen's GDP rose by 3% year on year in the first half (H1) of the year to 1.5016 trillion yuan (US$222 billion), achieving a steady economic growth despite COVID disruptions, the local statistics bureau said Tuesday.
COVID testing cabins in use | 2022-07-27
A medical worker, sitting in a cabin, takes a resident’s nucleic acid test sample at Songyuanxia Community in Guanhu Subdistrict, Longhua District on Sunday.
Shenzhen’s power load hits record high | 2022-07-27
Shenzhen's power load reached 21.42 million kilowatts at 1:47 p.m. Monday, hitting a record high, according to Shenzhen Economic Daily.
City at ‘low risk’ of developing large-scale COVID outbreak | 2022-07-27
Shenzhen is at “low risk” of developing a large-scale COVID-19 outbreak, as the recent epidemic flare-up has been generally under control, a health official said at a press conference yesterday.
Tips for wearing masks in hot summer days | 2022-07-26
Experts suggested it is necessary to wear a face mask in hot summer days and citizens can opt for disposable light-layered surgical masks made of cool and breathable materials, as well as bringing extras in case it gets sweaty, according to DT News.
Metro station suspends service | 2022-07-26
Due to COVID-19 prevention and control, Metro Line 9’s Xiasha Station suspended service starting yesterday until further notice, with trains passing by the station without stopping, Shenzhen Metro Group announced in a notice yesterday.
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