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- Special services facilitate shopping amid epidemic outbreak
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As many neighborhoods are under close-off management amid the novel coronavirus pneumonia (NCP) outbreak while people are encouraged to stay at home instead of going out, some cities in China have worked out new ways to help people with shopping without going out of home.
In Yichang City of the hardest-hit Hubei Province, many communities are closed to prevent the spread of epidemic. Thus, some property management officers started to go shopping on behalf of the residents, like Pan Xiaoling.
Early on Saturday morning, Pan went to a supermarket to buy some vegetables for two elder people whose ages are above 80. She chose the vegetables thoughtfully, and just after she finished the shopping, she received another phone call from a resident who needs her to buy some medicine.
After returning to the community, Pan went upstairs to deliver the vegetables, then hurried to a medicine store.
According to Pan, the property management company also provides a group purchase service. Residents make orders in a social media group of the community, and the property management officers will contact supermarkets to deliver the goods, then distribute them to each resident.
The community has over 20 property management officers that are providing purchase agent service to over 1,500 families. Every day each officer usually walks for 10,000 to 20,000 steps for the service.
"When I turn on my phone, I receive a lot of demands and they call me 'Little Pan'. They have the demand and we have the responsibility. Our country is facing such a situation, and everyone should make a contribution," said Pan.
In Jincheng City of north China's Shanxi Province, the local government has launched a "mobile supermarket" service, which uses buses to deliver daily necessities to communities
After picking up fresh vegetables, food and other goods at a supermarket, a bus headed for communities in the urban area. Residents can buy what they need on the bus at the entrance of their community.
"It's very good. See, I bought so many things like eggs, steamed buns and vegetables. It's really convenient and I don't need to walk a long distance," said Si, a resident of Tiannanshi Community.
The local transportation department has set up a vehicle fleet to guarantee the supply of daily goods for residents.
"We as the Transportation Bureau have built a vehicle fleet securing materials for 'preparedness against war', and the mission is undertaken by the municipal bus company. Today we launched the mobile supermarket among communities in the urban area in order to help residents to buy fresh vegetables without going out," said Su Wen, deputy director of the Municipal Transport Bureau.
(Original Title: Special services facilitate shopping amid epidemic outbreak)
Yichang city, Hubei Province, central China - Feb 8, 2020 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
2. Various of Pan, property management officer, standing in line, waiting for entering
3. Poster reading "Open everyday; supply guarantee; no rise in price"
4. Supermarket staff measuring Pan's body temperature
5. Various of Pan shopping in supermarket
6. Various of Pan sending vegetables to household
7. Various of Pan buying medicine for residents
8. Entrance of residential compounds
9. Various of residents getting their vegetables at entrance of building
10. Various of Pan working, taking notes of residents' needs
11. Phone showing dialogue records between Pan, residents
12. Bags of vegetables
13. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Pan, property management officer (starting with shot 12):
"When I turn on my phone, I receive a lot of demands and they call me 'little Pan'. They have the demand and we have the responsibility. Our country is facing such a situation, and everyone should make a contribution."
Jincheng City, Shanxi Province, north China - Feb 8, 2020 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
14. Various of staff moving living necessities, vegetables to bus
15. Bus moving
16. Various of people purchasing at community
17. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Woman surnamed Si, resident of Tiannanshi Community (ending with shot 18):
"It's very good. See, I bought so many things like eggs, steamed buns and vegetables. It's really convenient and I don't need to walk a long distance."
18. Various of people purchasing from mobile supermarket
19. Various of bus carrying vegetables, living necessities, moving to next station
20. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Su Wen, deputy director of the Municipal Transport Bureau (ending with shot 21):
"We as the Transportation Bureau have built a vehicle fleet securing materials for 'preparedness against war', and the mission is undertaken by the municipal bus company. Today we launched the mobile supermarket among communities in the urban area in order to help residents to buy fresh vegetables without going out."
21. Various of buses serving as mobile supermarket
22. Living necessities in bus
23. Staff moving vegetables, daily necessities to bus
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