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Updates on novel coronavirus cases in Shenzhen (Feb. 3) | 2020-02-03
Shenzhen confirmed another 30 novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) infection cases on Feb. 2.
Parks to implement holiday traffic controls | 2020-01-23
Maluan Mountain Country Park and Phoenix Mountain Forest Park will take traffic control measures to ensure the safe and smooth flow of travelers and vehicles during the Spring Festival holiday.
Residents reminded of holiday health risks | 2020-01-23
With the Spring Festival fast approaching, Shenzhen residents are advised to stay vigilant about protecting their health while reveling in family reunions during the holiday.
Heavy traffic seen as holiday approaches | 2020-01-22
The city has seen an increasing number of vehicles both leaving and entering the city since the start of the Spring Festival travel rush.
Largest black-faced spoonbill flock spotted at nature reserve | 2020-01-22
A flock of 35 globally endangered black-faced spoonbills was spotted at a fish pond in Futian Mangrove Nature Reserve on Saturday.
Outpatient service offered to febrile patients in SZ | 2020-01-22
Shenzhen's health commission released yesterday a list of 49 hospitals that provide outpatient service for febrile patients.
¥301.3b spent on citizens’ livelihood | 2020-01-21
Shenzhen has spent 66.2 percent of its expenditure on improving people’s livelihood in 2019, which totaled 301.3 billion yuan (US$43.97 billion), up 8.7 percent year on year.
Transport guide for Lunar New Year released | 2020-01-21
The Municipal Transport Bureau released a travel guide for the approaching Chinese New Year on Sunday. OCT Harbor, Window of the World and Happy Valley will see the most visitors during the holiday.
SMBU opens winter science training camp | 2020-01-20
A total of 111 high school students from 15 provinces and municipalities came to Shenzhen this winter holiday for a science training camp held by Shenzhen MSU-BIT University (SMBU) from Saturday to Wednesday.
SZ to add more hospital beds | 2020-01-20
Shenzhen will have more than two new 3A-grade hospitals, the highest of China’s three-tier grading system for public hospitals, and add 8,000 hospital beds in 2020.