PHOTOS North China's Hebei rushes to replenish Beijing's vegetable supply

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North China's Hebei rushes to replenish Beijing's vegetable supply

Xinhua

07:37, June 17, 2020

Workers carry boxes of sweet peppers at an agricultural industrial park in Nanhe County of Xingtai, north China's Hebei Province, June 16, 2020. North China's Hebei Province has asked its major vegetable-growing counties to prioritize supplies to Beijing, after the national capital closed its largest wholesale produce market of Xinfadi following a resurgence of newly confirmed COVID-19 cases linked to the market. The provincial department of agriculture and rural affairs has drafted 13 vegetable bases in 10 counties to guarantee the supply of vegetables to Beijing. (Photos: Xinhua)

A worker picks cucumbers at an agricultural industrial park in Nanhe County of Xingtai, north China's Hebei Province, June 16, 2020. North China's Hebei Province has asked its major vegetable-growing counties to prioritize supplies to Beijing, after the national capital closed its largest wholesale produce market of Xinfadi following a resurgence of newly confirmed COVID-19 cases linked to the market. The provincial department of agriculture and rural affairs has drafted 13 vegetable bases in 10 counties to guarantee the supply of vegetables to Beijing.

A worker picks cucumbers at an agricultural industrial park in Nanhe County of Xingtai, north China's Hebei Province, June 16, 2020. North China's Hebei Province has asked its major vegetable-growing counties to prioritize supplies to Beijing, after the national capital closed its largest wholesale produce market of Xinfadi following a resurgence of newly confirmed COVID-19 cases linked to the market. The provincial department of agriculture and rural affairs has drafted 13 vegetable bases in 10 counties to guarantee the supply of vegetables to Beijing.

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