CHINA Volunteers deliver food, necessities for people under home quarantine in Guangzhou

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Volunteers deliver food, necessities for people under home quarantine in Guangzhou

Xinhua

10:31, June 03, 2021

A volunteer in charge of delivering necessities for residents under home quarantine helps another volunteer write her name on the protective suit at a residential area at Liwan District of Guangzhou, capital of south China's Guangdong Province, June 2, 2021. Guangzhou has tightened anti-epidemic measures in parts of the city to curb the recent COVID-19 resurgence, local authorities said Tuesday. The city has implemented closed-off management on the Zhongnan subdistrict as well as 37 other locations and their surroundings. People in these areas must follow strict quarantine measures and stay indoors. Residents join the volunteer team, delivering food, necessities and epidemic prevention materials for people under home quarantine. (Photos: Deng Hua/Xinhua)

Staff members of a property management company check supplies from local government at a residential area at Liwan District of Guangzhou, capital of south China's Guangdong Province, June 1, 2021. Guangzhou has tightened anti-epidemic measures in parts of the city to curb the recent COVID-19 resurgence, local authorities said Tuesday. The city has implemented closed-off management on the Zhongnan subdistrict as well as 37 other locations and their surroundings. People in these areas must follow strict quarantine measures and stay indoors. Residents join the volunteer team, delivering food, necessities and epidemic prevention materials for people under home quarantine.

A staff member of a property management company (R) hands over the online shopping goods ordered by residents under home quarantine to a volunteer at a residential area at Liwan District of Guangzhou, capital of south China's Guangdong Province, June 1, 2021. Guangzhou has tightened anti-epidemic measures in parts of the city to curb the recent COVID-19 resurgence, local authorities said Tuesday. The city has implemented closed-off management on the Zhongnan subdistrict as well as 37 other locations and their surroundings. People in these areas must follow strict quarantine measures and stay indoors. Residents join the volunteer team, delivering food, necessities and epidemic prevention materials for people under home quarantine.

Volunteers in charge of delivering necessities for residents under home quarantine pose for a group photo at a residential area at Liwan District of Guangzhou, capital of south China's Guangdong Province, June 1, 2021. Guangzhou has tightened anti-epidemic measures in parts of the city to curb the recent COVID-19 resurgence, local authorities said Tuesday. The city has implemented closed-off management on the Zhongnan subdistrict as well as 37 other locations and their surroundings. People in these areas must follow strict quarantine measures and stay indoors. Residents join the volunteer team, delivering food, necessities and epidemic prevention materials for people under home quarantine.

Staff members of a property management company deliver online shopping goods ordered by residents under home quarantine at a residential area at Liwan District of Guangzhou, capital of south China's Guangdong Province, June 2, 2021. Guangzhou has tightened anti-epidemic measures in parts of the city to curb the recent COVID-19 resurgence, local authorities said Tuesday. The city has implemented closed-off management on the Zhongnan subdistrict as well as 37 other locations and their surroundings. People in these areas must follow strict quarantine measures and stay indoors. Residents join the volunteer team, delivering food, necessities and epidemic prevention materials for people under home quarantine.

Staff members of a property management company deliver online shopping goods ordered by residents under home quarantine at a residential area at Liwan District of Guangzhou, capital of south China's Guangdong Province, June 2, 2021. Guangzhou has tightened anti-epidemic measures in parts of the city to curb the recent COVID-19 resurgence, local authorities said Tuesday. The city has implemented closed-off management on the Zhongnan subdistrict as well as 37 other locations and their surroundings. People in these areas must follow strict quarantine measures and stay indoors. Residents join the volunteer team, delivering food, necessities and epidemic prevention materials for people under home quarantine.

Staff members of a property management company prepare free vegetables for residents under home quarantine at a residential area at Liwan District of Guangzhou, capital of south China's Guangdong Province, June 2, 2021. Guangzhou has tightened anti-epidemic measures in parts of the city to curb the recent COVID-19 resurgence, local authorities said Tuesday. The city has implemented closed-off management on the Zhongnan subdistrict as well as 37 other locations and their surroundings. People in these areas must follow strict quarantine measures and stay indoors. Residents join the volunteer team, delivering food, necessities and epidemic prevention materials for people under home quarantine.

A volunteer registers online shopping goods ordered by residents under home quarantine at a residential area at Liwan District of Guangzhou, capital of south China's Guangdong Province, June 2, 2021. Guangzhou has tightened anti-epidemic measures in parts of the city to curb the recent COVID-19 resurgence, local authorities said Tuesday. The city has implemented closed-off management on the Zhongnan subdistrict as well as 37 other locations and their surroundings. People in these areas must follow strict quarantine measures and stay indoors. Residents join the volunteer team, delivering food, necessities and epidemic prevention materials for people under home quarantine.

A volunteer delivers goods ordered by residents under home quarantine at a residential area at Liwan District of Guangzhou, capital of south China's Guangdong Province, June 1, 2021. Guangzhou has tightened anti-epidemic measures in parts of the city to curb the recent COVID-19 resurgence, local authorities said Tuesday. The city has implemented closed-off management on the Zhongnan subdistrict as well as 37 other locations and their surroundings. People in these areas must follow strict quarantine measures and stay indoors. Residents join the volunteer team, delivering food, necessities and epidemic prevention materials for people under home quarantine.

A volunteer in charge of delivering necessities for residents under home quarantine poses for a photo at a residential area at Liwan District of Guangzhou, capital of south China's Guangdong Province, June 1, 2021. Guangzhou has tightened anti-epidemic measures in parts of the city to curb the recent COVID-19 resurgence, local authorities said Tuesday. The city has implemented closed-off management on the Zhongnan subdistrict as well as 37 other locations and their surroundings. People in these areas must follow strict quarantine measures and stay indoors. Residents join the volunteer team, delivering food, necessities and epidemic prevention materials for people under home quarantine.

Staff members of a property management company paste removable protective covering on the buttons of an elevator at a residential area at Liwan District of Guangzhou, capital of south China's Guangdong Province, June 2, 2021. Guangzhou has tightened anti-epidemic measures in parts of the city to curb the recent COVID-19 resurgence, local authorities said Tuesday. The city has implemented closed-off management on the Zhongnan subdistrict as well as 37 other locations and their surroundings. People in these areas must follow strict quarantine measures and stay indoors. Residents join the volunteer team, delivering food, necessities and epidemic prevention materials for people under home quarantine.

A staff member of a property management company (R) hands over the online shopping goods ordered by residents under home quarantine to volunteers at a residential area at Liwan District of Guangzhou, capital of south China's Guangdong Province, June 2, 2021. Guangzhou has tightened anti-epidemic measures in parts of the city to curb the recent COVID-19 resurgence, local authorities said Tuesday. The city has implemented closed-off management on the Zhongnan subdistrict as well as 37 other locations and their surroundings. People in these areas must follow strict quarantine measures and stay indoors. Residents join the volunteer team, delivering food, necessities and epidemic prevention materials for people under home quarantine.

Staff members of a property management company deliver goods ordered online by residents under home quarantine at a residential area at Liwan District of Guangzhou, capital of south China's Guangdong Province, June 1, 2021. Guangzhou has tightened anti-epidemic measures in parts of the city to curb the recent COVID-19 resurgence, local authorities said Tuesday. The city has implemented closed-off management on the Zhongnan subdistrict as well as 37 other locations and their surroundings. People in these areas must follow strict quarantine measures and stay indoors. Residents join the volunteer team, delivering food, necessities and epidemic prevention materials for people under home quarantine.

Volunteers prepare to disinfect a residential area at Liwan District of Guangzhou, capital of south China's Guangdong Province, June 2, 2021. Guangzhou has tightened anti-epidemic measures in parts of the city to curb the recent COVID-19 resurgence, local authorities said Tuesday. The city has implemented closed-off management on the Zhongnan subdistrict as well as 37 other locations and their surroundings. People in these areas must follow strict quarantine measures and stay indoors. Residents join the volunteer team, delivering food, necessities and epidemic prevention materials for people under home quarantine.

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