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Negative NAT test result to enter public places
Published on: 2022-04-07
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Shenzhen restored its normal life and work after the recent outbreak of COVID-19, it announced in a notice on Tuesday, saying that public entertainment venues will reopen with capacity restrictions of 50%.

Residents are required to provide a negative nucleic acid test when entering public places, as well as taking public transportation, the notice said.

The areas in lockdown and under epidemic control and prevention will continue to strictly implement public health measures.

Cinemas, museums, pubs, gyms and other indoor public venues will reopen in an orderly manner starting Tuesday but with capacity restricted to only 50% of customers. Childcare and tutoring institutions will also restore operations under such requirements.

Restaurants can now resume normal operations as long as they thoroughly implement the epidemic prevention measures, which are less demanding compared with the notice issued on March 20.

China has built its first pet care center in Shenzhen to keep pets safe and healthy for owners who are isolated in centralized quarantine facilities due to COVID-19.

Covering an area of 8,500 square meters, the pet care center is now undergoing trials and can house up to 300 cats or dogs once it formally starts operations. Besides daily babysitting, the center will monitor the animal's health and provide medical treatment. All the services are currently free of charge.

As some people get separated from their pets when they are put under quarantine due to COVID-19 prevention and control measures, they are worried if their "fur baby" are safe and healthy.











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