Closed-off management measures temporarily implemented across districts of Guangzhou were lifted on November 30 afternoon as part of more scientific and precise COVID-19 interventions. Dine-in service at restaurants as well as indoor entertainment in low-risk areas in some districts were allowed to resume.
On the morning of December 1, traffic was back to normal on Guangzhou Dadao. On the same day, Guangzhou Bridge resumed operation and met its first morning rush hour, after Haizhu District optimized its COVID-19 control measures on November 30, including lifting temporary control on the bridge.
Zhang Yi, deputy director of the Guangzhou Municipal Health Commission announced on the city's press conference on COVID-19 prevention and control today (Decbember 1) that Guangzhou has added 4 measures for precise epidemic control.
Currently, Guangzhou Baiyun Airport implements a 100% security check of negative 48-hour COVID-19 test results, normal body temperature, and green health codes for those entering the terminal buildings (passengers and pick-up personnel included), said the airport authorities on December 1.
From November 30 to December 2, the average daily temperature will drop by 3℃ to 12℃ in Guangdong and the weather will remain cloudy and cold under the continuous influence of the strong cold air, according to the provincial meteorological observatory.
Zhang Yi, deputy director of the Guangzhou Municipal Health Commission announced on the city's press conference on COVID-19 prevention and control today (November 30) that Guangzhou will further optimize its COVID control measures.
Requiring only four staffers to breed millions of fish, Jinghai 001, a large deep-sea intelligent cage, became a hot star at the 2022 China Marine Economy Expo which concluded on Saturday in Shenzhen, a southern Chinese city in Guangdong province.