Chinese mainland reports 11 new cases
On Monday Chinese mainland reports 11 new confirmed COVID-19 cases, with 4 imported cases, and 37 new asymptomatic COVID-19 patients.
Now, people can visit Prince's Bay Park without booking
Time distribution of tourists entering the park
On April 20, Hangzhou Prince's Bay Park lifted the regulation of entering the park with a reservation.
According to the big data, from March 7 to April 17 when people had to book for a visit, young tourists aged 26-35 are the main force, accounting for 1 / 3 of the total number of visitors.
KFC China's first fried chicken of plant-based meat to be on the market
On April 20, according to KFC China, fried chicken products with plant-based meat as raw materials will be tested in Shanghai, Guangzhou and Shenzhen from April 28 to 30.
The first batch of pre-sale vouchers for sampling has been sold out on KFC app. It is reported that the plant-based meat product, which uses plant protein as raw material, does not contain cholesterol, and its taste is close to that of meat.
Guangdong to conduct nucleic acid tests for all returning school
Per the vice mayor of Guangzhou on Monday, Li Ming, Guangdong Province will conduct COVID-19 nucleic acid tests for all teachers and students returning school, including 30,000 teaching staff and 167,000 students in their final year of senior and junior high schools.
On April 20, Chinese research team releases first animal experiment data on a COVID-19 vaccine, which shows the vaccine are effective and safe on rats and non-human primates.
2300 people related to coffeeshop infection undergo nuclear acid tests
Per Global Times on April 20, about 2300 people have undergone free nuclear acid tests, after one of Starbucks staff in a Guangzhou shopping mall tested positive for COVID-19 and sent to the hospital on Saturday.
As of now, the store was closed and disinfected.