Hohhot moves towards normal after new round of COVID-19



Residents go shopping in Hohhot, capital city of North China's Inner Mongolia autonomous region, on Nov 17. Although seeing many infections, Hohhot continues to remove more communities from static management. To top it off, more supermarkets, convenience stores and fresh markets are reopening. [Photo/North News Network]


Residents buy vegetables in a street in Hohhot on Nov 17. In addition to the continued opening of pharmacies – as well as street grain and oil wholesale stores and vegetable franchise stores – the wholesale and delivery stores for the large supermarkets and vegetable stores in the communities can gradually resume business if they have met the legal requirements. [Photo/North News Network]


A city employee sweeps a road in Hohhot, dressed in protective clothing, on Nov 17. [Photo/North News Network]


A resident buys some things in Hohhot. The city has resumed the opening of small shops in an orderly manner, to better coordinate COVID-19 prevention and controls, and guarantee daily necessities. [Photo/North News Network]


A man checks out a bookstore in Hohhot, on Nov 17. [Photo/North News Network]


Cars zoom by in a Hohhot street on Nov 17. [Photo/North News Network]