More efforts to curb 2019-nCoV in Sanya
Sanya suspends operation on all long distance bus lines
In order to curb spread of the 2019-nCoV, effectively block the transmission of the virus, and guarantee the safety and health of the public, the Sanya Municipal Traffic and Transportation Bureau has implemented the following measures:
Starting from 15:00 on January 26th, 2020, the city suspended operation on all long distance bus lines, and all long distance bus stations stopped selling tickets. Specific time for when the long distance bus lines will reopen will be provided in the future.
Sanya International Duty-free Shopping Complex in Haitang Bay suspends business temporarily
In response to curb the 2019-nCoV spread and reduce risks on crowded gatherings, the Sanya International Duty-free Shopping Complex in Haitang Bay decided to suspend business starting from 16:00 on January 26th, 2020. The resumption of the operation will be notified in accordance with the government announcement.
The Sanya International Duty-free Shopping Complex will spare no efforts to handle sales return caused by flight rescheduling or cancelling. For more details, please call the store’s service hotline at 4006996956. Residents and tourists can still enjoy shopping through its official online shopping mall (www.cdfgsanya.com).
Sanya suspends operation on some bus routes
Starting from 15:00 on January 26th, 2020, the city reserves operation of these bus lines 1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 16 (bus route has been adjusted to operate from Sanya Port Authority to Maling), 17, 18, 19, 22, 24, 27, 28, 29, 40, 52, 53, 57 and customized bus lines, and the rest of bus lines are temporarily suspended.Specific time for when the bus routes will reopen will be provided in the future.
Sanya severely cracks down on attempts to push up prices during the epidemic
Currently, in Sanya, stocks of the different kinds of grain and enterprises inventories of oil and grain are sufficient to meet the daily needs of the public.
The government’s grain reserve can ensure the supply of residents’ consumption demand. The market price is stable.
Sanya government has issued a warning notice that the city will severely crack down on attempts to push up prices during the epidemic. Those who violating the regulation will be fined up to RMB 5 million.