China is powering ahead in bringing
business and life back on track, with regular COVID-19 control measures
in place. The following are the latest facts and figures for the past
-- An air-freight route officially opened on Oct. 26 between south China's metropolis of Shenzhen and Frankfurt in Germany.
a Boeing 777 freighter, three flights are scheduled to operate every
week. With Frankfurt's transit advantage, the cargo-flight route will
help Shenzhen connect with more than 200 European cities.
Authorities in the city of Qingdao decided to downgrade the Loushanhou
Community, where clusters of COVID-19 infections were discovered between
late September and mid-October, from a medium-risk region to low-risk
for COVID-19 on Oct. 26.
community had seen no new confirmed locally-transmitted COVID-19 cases
for 14 consecutive days, which met the criteria to lower its response
-- The city of Nanjing in
east China's Jiangsu Province on Oct. 27 launched its first direct
flight route to Lhasa of Tibet Autonomous Region in southwest China.
The first flight took off from Nanjing Lukou International Airport at around 10 a.m. on Oct. 27 for Lhasa.
Shenzhen has 11 metro lines in operation with a total length of 411 km,
after a new line and new sections of three existing lines started
services on Oct. 28.
The first stage
of Metro Line 8 started initial operation in the city on Oct. 28.
Meanwhile, the third stage of Line 2, Line 3, and Line 4 also began
-- The 3rd G60 Yangtze
River Delta Sci-tech Innovation Valley Talent Summit concluded on Oct.
29 in Hefei, capital of east China's Anhui Province.
"Talents Integration Brings about High Quality Development," the
two-day summit was aimed at promoting talent integration in the Yangtze
River Delta region, which is one of the country's most economically
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