Eight more provinces and cities in China have lifted their hats from poverty

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 Eight more provinces and cities in China have lifted their hats from poverty


With the full support of the government, enterprises around the country are returning to work in an orderly manner. In Fuzhou, Fujian Province, Dadi baby Co., Ltd. successfully changed production in just 25 days, from zero production capacity to 2.1 million masks per day, becoming the production reserve base of masks in Fuzhou.

In order to ensure the orderly return of migrant workers during the epidemic, Henan Province, a major labor exporting province, and Zhejiang Province recently signed a memorandum of cooperation to jointly promote the safe and orderly return of migrant workers, and established a mutual recognition and cooperation mechanism of Health Code for epidemic prevention and control in the two provinces.

In Chengdu, Sichuan Province, there are 8 rail transit lines under construction this year, involving more than 30000 front-line workers. In order to ensure the completion as scheduled, the construction company strictly controlled the epidemic prevention, scientifically implemented the hierarchical management and customized the special line for returning to work. At present, nearly 20000 workers have returned to work smoothly. Wuxi, Jiangsu chartered a plane to pick up the employees of Xinjiang ethnic minorities. Recently, the first return to work charter plane in Shanxi Province took off from Yuncheng. 153 returned workers arrived in Huizhou, Guangdong Province, with the joint efforts of the local government, enterprises and airlines.

On the premise of doing a good job in epidemic prevention and control, all localities also actively focus on poverty alleviation and give priority to solving the employment problem of poor labor force. Chongqing has implemented point-to-point one-stop service to ensure local employment and transfer of employment for the poor; Jiangxi and Shandong have orderly guided poverty alleviation cooperatives, poverty alleviation industrial bases and poverty alleviation workshops to return to work and absorb their employment for the poor workers who are temporarily unable to go out to work.