More than 140,000 food service companies in Guangzhou, the capital of Guangdong province in southern China, reopened their operations this week, state media reported. This figure accounts for 70% of the total number of restaurant businesses in the capital city of the industrial production center in Central Quc – the Pearl River Delta, according to CCTV. “This morning I went with my girlfriend to breakfast at a restaurant for the first time in 5 weeks,” Hu Luyi, who lives in Guangzhou, said in an interview on March 17.
Customers are asked to sit away from each other, while some restaurants in Shanxi Province use robots to serve food. In Yunnan province, CCTV reported that parking spots outside the restaurants were full. In a restaurant in Changsha, Hunan Province, customers are tested for body temperature and ID information for later retrieval purposes. Hu said in China, the media has shifted from the corona virus problem to restarting the economy. “People just want to resume their business as quickly as possible. That's what we are discussing in China, ”he said. “We no longer talk much about infections or very little. Cases mainly occur in other countries, from airports. There may be a few dozen cases a day in a country of 1.4 billion people so people are not too worried about the infection in the country. ” He said that except for the Hubei epidemic, there are still some measures to blockade the epidemic.
China has implemented some of the strictest quarantine and quarantine policies since the outbreak. According to the National Health Commission of China, on March 17, the country had 13 new infections and 11 more died from corona virus, CNBC reported.
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