Coronavirus can be defeated and China is a clear confirmation of this.
How does Beijing live today?
Cafes and shops are opening in cities of the country that has overcome the epidemic. Public transport runs as usual. Some hotels are open, you can even go on a tour of the mountains. People go out to work. Business activity is also recovering in Beijing. About 3000 key enterprises of the megalopolis have launched their capacities. And within the framework of more than 2000 city projects, construction work has started again, involving almost 340,000 people.
Educational institutions in the Chinese capital are also resuming their work.
Since April 27, graduates who have exams for admission to universities ahead of them have started their classes. Ninth-grade and older students returned to their desks on may 11.
Starting from June 6, 2020, Metropolitan Universities that have created conditions that meet the requirements for preventing the COVID-19 epidemic can start organizing the voluntary return of graduate students. The exact date is determined by each UNIVERSITY independently, based on the actual work done.
From June 1, 2020, first and second grade students will return to school, as well as students in grades 6.
From June 8, 2020, fourth and fifth grade students will return to school.
Starting from June 8, 2020, kindergartens in Beijing that have created conditions that meet the requirements for preventing the COVID-19 epidemic can start hosting children. Parents make decisions on a voluntary basis.
The capital of China is flourishing today not only figuratively, but also literally. Residents come to city parks to admire peach trees, cherry trees, and magnolias. After long days of self-isolation at home, Pekingese began to truly appreciate the beauty of nature.
Beijing educational and cultural center WECO continues to recruit students for 2020-2021 to the best educational institutions in Beijing!