Huangpu enterprises have sprung into action in the face of the current COVID-19 epidemic resurgence in Guangzhou.
COVID-19 vaccination will temporarily target people in key groups and areas in Guangzhou, the capital of South China's Guangdong province, amid recent reports of an increased number of cases in the city, according to a local official.
Passengers leaving Guangzhou via airports, railways, and coach stations within Guangzhou (excluding transit passengers) must present their green Health Code and a COVID-19 test certificate with a negative result issued within the past 72 hours.
As the COVID-19 virus has continued to spread globally, healthcare workers in Guangzhou have recently reported a number of newly confirmed cases and asymptomatic infections.
Five subdistricts in Liwan district, Guangzhou, Guangdong province, were put under strict management on Saturday as the city reported one more confirmed local COVID-19 patient and five local asymptomatic carriers on Friday.
The recent local COVID-19 infection cases in Guangzhou, Guangdong province, are all related to the 75-year-old patient surnamed Guo who was reported on May 21, forming one transmission chain.
Ten Guangzhou enterprises have been selected as "champions of the national manufacturing industry" in specific areas of expertise; seven are based in Huangpu district.
More than 50 science popularization activities are slated for the ongoing 2021 Science and Technology Activity Week in Guangzhou's Huangpu district.
Guangdong provincial and Guangzhou city centers of disease prevention and control have carried out coronavirus tracing campaign after a woman was confirmed to be a COVID-19 patient in Liwan district in Guangzhou Friday morning.
Guangzhou's 14th Five-Year Plan (2021-25) for National Economic and Social Development and "Vision 2035" was released on May 19, shedding light on the development path of Huangpu district over the next five years.