China says tighter restrictions reducing Coronavirus in Hubei for third day

China is tightening movement in Hubei province as it battles to control coronavirus.

  • The use of private cars has been banned indefinitely.

    The order to stay at home does have exceptions, such as an emergency.

    Only a single person from each household will be allowed to leave the building every three days to buy food and essential items.

    All other businesses will stay closed, except chemists, hotels, food shops and medical services.

  • The order to stay at home does have exceptions, such as an emergency.

    Only a single person from each household will be allowed to leave the building every three days to buy food and essential items.

    All other businesses will stay closed, except chemists, hotels, food shops and medical services.

Source

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-china-51523835

We hope that the virus is controlled and defeated so that the people of Hubei can go back to their normal life.

China’s economy is really being affected by this coronavirus. There should be a way to defeat these sicknesses in this world.

Nintendo: from game card manufacturing in 1889 to video games today

The article I linked to tells the story of several Japanese businesses that have lasted for centuries. For instance, the worlds oldest hotel (opened in 705 and still thriving today).

The article investigates what has made Japanese businesses last so long. I must say Japan seems to be connected to longevity. The world’s oldest person is also Japanese.

Anyway, do read the article here https://www.bbc.com/worklife/article/20200211-why-are-so-many-old-companies-in-japan