China started on Thursday to push for the all-out resumption of work, production, business and trade after the whole country was cleared of high and medium risk areas of COVID-19.
Linkou county of Mudanjiang, Northeast China's Heilongjiang Province, adjusted its COVID-19 risk level from medium to low, China Central Television (CCTV) reported on Thursday, citing a notice released by the province.
Linkou's risk downgrade came after Nangang district of Harbin and the city of Suifenhe, both also in Heilongjiang, made the same move on Wednesday, CCTV said.
This means there were no high or medium risk areas of COVID-19 left in China from Thursday.
After the risk level adjustment, the risk-downgraded areas will spare no effort in pushing forward the resumption of work, production, business and trade, under the condition that the COVID-19 situation remains safe and controllable, CCTV said.