More than 20 states in the United States have either paused or partially reversed their staged economic reopening amid a resurgence in U.S. COVID-19 cases that surpassed 3 million on Wednesday.
As graduation ceremonies in most universities concluded this month, whether in traditional or virtual forms, China's 2020 college graduates are set to join a labor market saddled by COVID-19.
Sitting in a corner of the classroom, ponytailed Chen Yingxin attended the last Chinese class before China's national college entrance exam, or Gaokao, which was held on July 7 and 8 this year.
As China enters its rainy season, the country is making all-out efforts in the prevention, rescue and relief work regarding floods and geological disasters, putting protection of people's lives and safety as the top priority.
China's consumer inflation remained generally stable in June under the country's continued efforts toward economic recovery, while factory-gate prices picked up from May as demand warms, official data showed Thursday.
At the onset of the flood season in June this year, Hou Fang decided to keep a whistle and a gong on her bedside every day.
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