Journalist Wang Ai used to go to her office in the central Chinese city of Wuhan and wonder when her next vacation would start.
Now, she is relieved to be back at the office.
She’s had nearly three months of working from home after the city locked down to contain the spread of the COVID-19 virus.
“Different employees go to the office on different days of the week and the office hours are shorter,” Wang said.
Her company has also asked employees to avoid public transportation as much as possible. They suggest driving or walking to work.
These measures are among the many required of businesses in China to prevent a second wave of infections.
Wuhan is the last city to open after a 76-day