Chongqing- Since the Chinese New Year, the Coronavirus outbreak has forced most people to spend their days at home, venturing only as far as the boundary to their apartment communities, or occasionally to the local supermarket to stock up on groceries.
At present, virtually all the malls, entertainment complexes, shops, restaurants, parks, and tourist attractions in Chongqing have shut their doors with no exact idea when they can re-open for business.
Now, most people young and old in Chongqing use smartphones and other devices, there are now many innovative ways to reduce unnecessary contact even further through online services, and advanced group chats and conferencing applications mean that schools, businesses, and institutions can operate. At the same time, staff and students work from home.
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