Amid the COVID-19 pandemic raging across the world, it is necessary for China to sustain the balance it has achieved between epidemic control and social and economic development, as this is crucial for stabilizing the world economy, particularly global supply chains.
The economic hub Shenzhen in south China swiftly restored normalcy after a recent resurgence in COVID-19 cases, thanks to the city’s effective anti-epidemic response. This serves as the latest proof of China’s efforts to secure global supply chains strained by the raging pandemic.
To combat case flare-ups, the city implemented differentiated epidemic control measures in factories to keep production stable. For instance, in Baoan District, which is home to many manufacturing plants, a working plan on coordinating epidemic control and economic and social development has been mapped out to enhance social mobilization.