Morning News | June 29

Welcome to morning news. It's June 29, Monday. 27-34 ℃,sunny. 




1. Beijing reported seven new confirmed domestically transmitted COVID-19 cases Sunday, the municipal health commission said Monday. The city has started deploying mobile buses for coronavirus testing.


2. Guangdong reported no new confirmed cases but one asymptomatic case from abroad yesterday.


3. Anxin county in Xiongan New Area, North China's Hebei province, imposed a lockdown on villages, residential communities and private houses to limit people's outside activities, in an effort to prevent the cross infection of COVID-19.


4. Starting yesterday, China's 1st homegrown HPV vaccine is accessible to females aged between 15 and 45 in Guangzhou.


5. China's top three airlines received their first homegrown ARJ21 airplanes in Shanghai on Sunday from Commercial Aircraft Corporation of China (COMAC), paving the way for the aircraft to join the fleets of the world's mainstream airlines.


6. Torrential downpours have left 12 people dead while 10 others are missing in southwest China's Sichuan Province, local authorities said Sunday.


7. Chinese stocks opened lower on Monday, with the benchmark Shanghai Composite Index down 0.22 percent to open at 2,973.08 points.




1. Iran plans to make mask-wearing mandatory in certain areas and has allowed virus-hit provinces to reimpose restrictions.


2. Global confirmed COVID-19 cases topped 10 million on Sunday.


3. New coronavirus cases have jumped in more than half of U.S. states. The governors of California, Texas and Florida, the three most populous states in the country, have ordered to tighten some restriction orders in order to curb the new surge of the coronavirus.


4. The Singapore Tourism Board (STB) said on Sunday that tourism businesses in Singapore will be permitted to resume operations at stages from July 1, beginning with 13 attractions.


Editor: Sophia

Source: People's Daily; CGTN; Xinhua