Life returns to normal in districts of Tibet's Lhasa | Updated: 2022-09-20 09:39
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Residents walk on the street in Dazi district of Lhasa, capital of Southwest China's Tibet autonomous region. [Provided to]
Residents wear masks, scan bar codes and have their temperature tested in front of stores before they may browse. [Provided to]

More than 500 shops necessary for people's production and life, such as pharmacies, noodle shops, barber shops, hardware shops and clothing shops, have recently reopened for business in Lhasa, Tibet autonomous region. 

The city has suffered a COVID-19 resurgence that began on Aug 7. Thankfully, it essentially cut off the community transmission of COVID-19 by the end of August.

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