The 65 subvenues for the 18th China (Shenzhen) International Cultural Industries Fair (ICIF) will host more than 300 cultural-themed exhibition and transaction activities during its run from Dec. 28 to Jan. 2, 2023.
To respond to questions about COVID-19 infections, Lu Hongzhou, president of the Third People’s Hospital of Shenzhen and a public health expert, offered advice on COVID-19 treatment in an interview Saturday.
This year, Dapeng New District launched a survey of biodiversity in typical habitats located on the Dapeng Peninsula, including natural mountains and rivers, mangrove forests, mudflats and coral reefs.
Recently, a group of Chinese and expatriate residents were invited by the Dapeng Subdistrict of Dapeng New District to learn how to make wedding rice noodles with dried radish, a traditional Dapeng delicacy.
A total of 46 hospitals in Shenzhen have launched online consultation services for citizens who experience symptoms related to COVID-19 or infected people who are under home quarantine, according to the municipal health commission.
China will remove digital itinerary card service starting tomorrow, Xinhua reported. The digital itinerary card service was jointly initiated Feb. 13, 2020.
A video of a small Indian civet (Viverricula indica) was captured via an infrared camera placed by the national field science observatory on Qiniang Mountain on Friday, the Shenzhen ecological and environmental monitoring center said.
Shenzhen will make sustained efforts in COVID-19 prevention and control, better pool medical resources and expedite the vaccinations of senior citizens, a health official said at a press conference yesterday.
Residents are no longer required to go through checks of negative nucleic acid test results when entering housing estates, office areas, restaurants, business venues and supermarkets, as well as other public areas.
The Kuichong ancient tree cluster is regarded as one of Guangdong’s 10 most beautiful ancient tree clusters, according to the list announced by the Guangdong Provincial Forestry Administration recently.