By March 28, the resumption rate of industrial enterprises above desig nated size in China had reached 98.6-percent, with 89.9 percent of employees returning to work. As of March 29, the rate of work resumption of small and mediumsized companies have exceeded 76 percent.
At the press conference held by the State Council on March 30, Xin Guobin, Vice Minister of Industry and Information Technology, said overall, the country's industrial fundamentals have initially achieved stability.
A staﬀ member works at a workshop of China Railway Rolling Stock Corporation Qiqihar Rolling Stock Co., Ltd. in Qiqihar, northeast China’s Heilongjiang Province, on April 10. As of April 10, over 98 percent of industrial enterprises above designated size in Qiqihar have resumed work and production in an orderly manner under strict containment of COVID-19 (XINHUA)
A staﬀ member speaks to an intercom at the Yangluo Port in Wuhan, central China's Hubei Province, on April 12. Wuhan, the megacity in central China, lifted outbound travel restrictions from April 8 after almost 11 weeks of lockdown to stem the spread of COVID-19. The cargos piled up at ports due to the COVID-19 pandemic have also been shipping away since the water ports in Wuhan resumed operation (XINHUA)
A resident shops for ﬂowers at a ﬂower market in Shanghai on April 10. Recently, this market has resumed an in orderly manner, where 90 percent of merchants have returned to work (XINHUA)
A customer orders food at a restaurant in Shenyang, Liaoning Province, northeast China, on April 1 (XINHUA)