Recently, the global COVID-19 epidemic has rebounded significantly, and many countries have declared a “second wave” of coVID-19 and tightened epidemic prevention measures. Chinese citizens are facing greater health and safety risks when travelling overseas.
Foreign ministry solemnly warned that Chinese citizens to pay close attention to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and security alerts and issued by the overseas embassies epidemic information, fully assess current international travel possible cross infection, stranded, isolation and other serious risks long period, adhere to the principle of “non-essential,” do not travel, at home to avoid travel abroad, abroad to avoid cross-border travel long distances, and make the epidemic prevention and control.
Overseas economies are about to face even greater challenges, with the number of confirmed cases exploding in a single day in several countries, several times higher than at the peak of the first wave in April.In the face of the grim situation, multinational control measures have been upgraded once again.
Experts say an escalation of the blockade could delay the eurozone’s economic recovery and leave the European economy at risk of a “double-dip” recession.
Michael Ryan, executive director of the WHO’s Health Emergency Programme, said that about 46 per cent of the world’s confirmed COVID-19 cases and a third of the deaths last week came from Europe, which is clearly at the “epicentre” of the epidemic.
However, the recovery of domestic industries is uneven. The recovery of domestic demand is still lagging behind the production and supply side, and production of some industries and foreign trade enterprises is still facing resistance.
Post time: Oct-30-2020