Shanghai's hustle and bustle has come back thanks to measures to encourage people to return to stores while maintaining epidemic prevention efforts, with manufacturing, retail, tourism and other sectors witnessing a rebound during the Dragon Boat Festival holiday.
As Shanghai is on track to fully restore the normal order of production and social life, the city's tourism industry embraced a crucial turning point during the Dragon Boat Festival holiday (from Friday to Sunday). According to data from domestic online travel agency Trip.com, more than 40 scenic spots in Shanghai have reopened since June 1, and bookings for these destinations via the platform have resumed.
A total of 40,000 tickets were sold on the platform on the first day of the three-day holiday, and the average daily number of tickets sold for the Happy Valley Shanghai amusement park surged over seven times compared with March, the data showed.
According to a report by China's national broadcaster CCTV, all of Shanghai's air links have gradually recovered, with the daily cargo volume of major airlines and logistics firms returning to 80% of normal level.
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