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Challenges and Solutions for China's Resumption of Work and Production against COVID-19

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DOI: 10.23977/socsam.2023.040208 | Downloads: 6 | Views: 271


Yuchen Wu 1, Qiulei Wang 1


1 Chinese Academy of Personal Science, Beijing, 110100, China

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Yuchen Wu


This article focuses on analyzing the multiple challenges faced by the Chinese government in the process of promoting the resumption of work and production since the COVID-19 epidemic, and summarizes the overall thinking and work priorities in the process of smoothly promoting the resumption of work and production.


COVID-19 Epidemic, Resumption of Work and Production, Challenges and Solution


Yuchen Wu, Qiulei Wang, Challenges and Solutions for China's Resumption of Work and Production against COVID-19. Social Security and Administration Management (2023) Vol. 4: 59-64. DOI:


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