The bustling vibes in China: Diners queue up at restaurants in Guangzhou after COVID-19 restrictions eased
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Cities across China have optimized and adjusted their COVID-19 epidemic prevention and control measures as they resume work and production. Guangzhou, the capital of south China's Guangdong Province, lifted all temporary control measures on November 30. The city later announced the reopening of restaurants, cinemas and similar public venues. Many catering enterprises also resumed dine-in services. "Since you can dine inside the restaurant, there are more customers than before. I hope it gets better and better," said a restaurant manager.

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