On 1st of June, when the authorities in Shanghai lifted a months-long lock-down, many aspects of life in the city have returned to normal.
A part of Shanghai has accelerated the reopening of public places in recent days. Outdoor stadiums in Jinshan district will open their outdoor sports grounds, and tourist attractions such as the botanical gardens in Songjiang district has already opened to the public. Markets and shopping mall are as vigorous as before, but with extra checking process. For restaurants, most of them are available for online orders or take-away.
Majority of residential communities were opened, restarted public transportation services and allowed private vehicles on the roads in an orderly manner. Public transportation, including buses and metro services, will be resumed fully. Taxis will also resume normal operation, including online car-hailing services.
While high school seniors in most parts of China are doing last-minute preparations for the college entrance exam. With those in the final year of middle school set to return from June 13. All others would continue to study online for the rest of the semester.
Until 14th of June, the number of cases of covid-19 found outside quarantine has dropped to single digits.
But Shanghai’s officials are still on edge. Authorities repeatedly vowed to stick to the zero-COVID policy, which aims to swiftly stamp out local outbreaks with mass testing, snap lock downs, extensive contact tracing and quarantining. Detection of a single positive case can send an entire building or community into government quarantine, and place several nearby neighborhoods into lock-down for two weeks.
With the recovery of life, Shanghai marketing was rejuvenated with motivation again. Assisted by deliver service, Shanghai residents consumption increase predictably. Strong sales are seen for this year’s 618 mid-year shopping festival as shopping lists are disclosed and researchers make bullish estimates as Shanghai consumption recovers from epidemic flare-ups in April and May. It is speeding up the recovery, residents are splurging on everything from home appliances to fresh food.
At the same time, seafood industry is driven by some positive signals. Domestic purchasers, who held wait-and-see attitude start to act. The demands of popular products like panga, golden pomfret, vannamei, octopus lead changes in the market. Tilapia, which was sky high product, gradually decreased as lowest throughout the year as reopen of Shanghai and Guangdong. Ocean Treasure suggests taking the order now before the price return to high with limited raw materials. Ocean Treasure Shanghai Office has back to the track with more energy.
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