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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, as the city gears up to contain the spread of the new pneumonia.
Spring Festival travel rush starts | 2020-01-10
The 40-day Spring Festival travel rush, also known as chunyun, starts Friday and will last until Feb. 18.
Shenzhen has entered the flu season | 2019-12-25
Residents in Shenzhen are at a relatively high risk of catching the flu as the city has entered the flu season, according to the Shenzhen Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Temperature to drop slightly | 2019-12-19
The weather in Shenzhen will start to get cooler today, and the cold will affect the city through the weekend
Temporary traffic controls for SZ marathon | 2019-12-10
The 2019 Shenzhen International Marathon is scheduled to be run from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. this Sunday, with 30,000 runners from around the world taking part.
Notice on suspensions of water supplies | 2019-11-26
Due to metro constructions and pipeline maintainance, water supplies of the following residential complexs in Futian and Nanshan Districts will be suspended from Nov. 26 to 29.
Light shows rescheduled for 70th anniversary of PRC | 2019-09-20
To set a festive atmosphere for the celebration of the 70th anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic of China, and in light of seasonal changes, the light shows in the Futian CBD will be rescheduled.
Shenzhen to expand preferential treatment for the elderly | 2019-08-22
Shenzhen has decided to further expand the scope of preferential treatment for residents aged above 60 (including people from Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan).
Individual tours to Taiwan suspended | 2019-08-02
Starting from Aug. 1, 2019, citizens of 47 cities on the Chinese mainland will not be allowed to travel to Taiwan with individual tourist travel visas.
Heavy rain to affect city | 2019-07-03
A round of heavy rain has been forecast to affect the city today and tomorrow due to tropical low pressure in the South China Sea, which was 450 kilometers to the south of the city by 2 p.m. yesterday.