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- Shanghai extra cautious about health safety on first work day after epidemic outbreak
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Shanghai was extra cautious on Monday, the first workday since the novel coronavirus outbreak during the Spring Festival.
Shanghai's roads were gridlocked for the first time as from late January, albeit not as much as people would expect from a normal weekday morning.
Subways were a similar story. According to the Shanghai metro's official social media channel, the majority of passenger lines remain uncrowded. The city's railway stations were doing their best to keep infections out of office buildings.
"If anyone has a body temperature of above 37.3 degrees Celsius, they will be asked to go through axillary temperature here," said Zhang Yiwei, a doctor of Pujin Community Clinic.
At the HKRI Center, one of Shanghai's top-tier commercial buildings, only a few employees could be spotted.
"About 12 percent of companies here have resumed work, and about 2 percent of the usual office workers are coming in today," said Wang Ruiji, Assistant Senior Property Management Director of HKRI Taikoo Hui.
"There are usually many people in offices. Today we resumed work and offices are confined spaces, so we'd better put on our protective gears," said one of the few employees coming for work.
In fact, several finance companies there had already been working since February 3 when the stock market opened. The majority of people had been choosing to work at home.
For those who do come in, they find themselves in a much different morning routine. The central heating was turned off according to authorities, so warmer clothes are necessary. They even need to change outfits.
Right across the street, China's biggest Starbucks store is still closed. The HKRI Taikui Hui shopping mall nearby also remains relatively empty.
(Original Title: Shanghai extra cautious about health safety on first work day after epidemic outbreak)
Shanghai, China - Feb 10, 2020 (CGTN - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Various of traffic flows on road
3. Various of passengers going through body temperature check
4. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Zhang Yiwei, doctor, Pujin Community Clinic (partially overlaid with shots 5-6):
"If anyone has a body temperature of above 37.3 degrees Celsius, they will be asked to go through axillary temperature here."
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6. Infrared image
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7. Various of passengers passing through ticket barriers
8. Subway station exit
9. Office building exterior
10. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Wang Ruiji, Assistant Senior Property Management Director of HKRI Taikoo Hui (starting with shot 9):
"About 12 percent of companies here have resumed work after approved by government, and about 2 percent of the usual office workers are coming in today."
11. Sanitation worker wiping gate, opening gate
12. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) employee (name not given) (starting with shot 11):
"There are usually many people in offices. Today we resumed work and offices are confined spaces, so we'd better put on our protective gears."
13. Various of employees going through body temperature check
15. People entering office building
16. Various of closed Starbucks store
17. Various of shopping mall interior
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