CHINA Reopening of Beijing’s Xinfadi wholesale market

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Reopening of Beijing’s Xinfadi wholesale market

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20:56, August 15, 2020

Beijing’s Xinfadi wholesale market reopens on Saturday after being suspended for more than 60 days due to the COVID-19. Trucks queue up outside the gate of the market, waiting for entry. The market ceased its retail business and is no longer open to individual consumers after its reopening. (Photos: China News Service and Beijing Traffic Radio; compiled by Huang Yuzhang)

Beijing’s Xinfadi wholesale market reopens on Saturday after being suspended for more than 60 days due to the COVID-19. Trucks queue up outside the gate of the market, waiting for entry. The market ceased its retail business and is no longer open to individual consumers after its reopening.

Beijing’s Xinfadi wholesale market reopens on Saturday after being suspended for more than 60 days due to the COVID-19. Trucks queue up outside the gate of the market, waiting for entry. The market ceased its retail business and is no longer open to individual consumers after its reopening.

Beijing’s Xinfadi wholesale market reopens on Saturday after being suspended for more than 60 days due to the COVID-19. Trucks queue up outside the gate of the market, waiting for entry. The market ceased its retail business and is no longer open to individual consumers after its reopening.

Beijing’s Xinfadi wholesale market reopens on Saturday after being suspended for more than 60 days due to the COVID-19. Trucks queue up outside the gate of the market, waiting for entry. The market ceased its retail business and is no longer open to individual consumers after its reopening.

Beijing’s Xinfadi wholesale market reopens on Saturday after being suspended for more than 60 days due to the COVID-19. Trucks queue up outside the gate of the market, waiting for entry. The market ceased its retail business and is no longer open to individual consumers after its reopening.

At 7:38 am on Saturday, trucks loaded with vegetables and fruits drove into the market through Danongmen, one of the gates of the market, marking the reopening of Xinfadi. More than 1,000 trucks will deliver nearly 13,000 tons of vegetables and fruits to the market today. The market is ready to fulfill its mission of providing the capital’s residents with sufficient vegetables and fruits again.

At 7:38 am on Saturday, trucks loaded with vegetables and fruits drove into the market through Danongmen, one of the gates of the market, marking the reopening of Xinfadi. More than 1,000 trucks will deliver nearly 13,000 tons of vegetables and fruits to the market today. The market is ready to fulfill its mission of providing the capital’s residents with sufficient vegetables and fruits again.

At 7:38 am on Saturday, trucks loaded with vegetables and fruits drove into the market through Danongmen, one of the gates of the market, marking the reopening of Xinfadi. More than 1,000 trucks will deliver nearly 13,000 tons of vegetables and fruits to the market today. The market is ready to fulfill its mission of providing the capital’s residents with sufficient vegetables and fruits again.

The picture shows sellers lining up at Danongmen, one of the gates of Xinfadi market. Sellers are allowed to enter through Danongmen. After weighing the goods, sellers should get off to verify their personal information, while their guest passengers should also get off to check their temperature and personal information before entering the market.

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