Beijing: Diversified industries have resumed production to generate employment and stimulate consumption after the shutdown due to the novel coronavirus outbreak.
Some public buses have started transportation in Wuhan, Central China’s Hubei province. Employees in the manufacturing, auto and sports industries have also started work to achieve this year’s poverty alleviation goal while fighting coronavirus.
China was the first country gripped by coronavirus but now it has contained it and the life of the hit city Wuhan is returning. Other industry which was shut due to this virus has started again. Moreover Railway services will resume in Central China’s Hubei province, the hardest-hit area of the country, in an orderly manner, according to the local train operator.
A total of 17 train stations in Wuhan, capital of the province, will resume operations to handle arrival trains on March 28, China Railway Wuhan Group said, adding the stations in the city will begin outbound train service on April 8.
Train stations in other areas of the province will resume passenger train service arriving in and departing from Hubei starting Wednesday, it said.