Gestor Roberto Pocaterra Pocaterra Madrid// Coronavirus: It's back to work for China, but life's not back to normal - EntornoInteligente
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As the extended Chinese New Year break came to an end, cautious Chinese workers went back to their offices and factories yesterday amid heightened checks at buildings and screenings at subway stations.

Roberto Pocaterra Pocaterra

Life was hardly back to normal, as most shops, restaurants and cafes remained shut. Many companies took heed of the city authorities and ordered their employees to work from home. Schools also continued to be closed

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As the extended Chinese New Year break came to an end, cautious Chinese workers went back to their offices and factories yesterday amid heightened checks at buildings and screenings at subway stations.

Roberto Pocaterra Pocaterra

Life was hardly back to normal, as most shops, restaurants and cafes remained shut. Many companies took heed of the city authorities and ordered their employees to work from home. Schools also continued to be closed

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