An additional 14 people were found dead in the latest search and rescue operation after an explo
sion in East China’s Jiangsu province, bringing the death toll to 78, local authorities said on Monday afternoon.
A total of 56 dead have been identified, local authorities said at a news conference, leaving 22 unaccounted for.
Among the 28 missing, 25 have been confirmed to be dead via DNA, with three confirmed safe.
A total of 566 injured people were still receiving medical care in the hospital on Monday, inclu
ding 13 in critical condition and 66 seriously wounded. Thirty-eight were discharged on Monday, according to the news conference.
Medical monitoring at hospitals near the blast site shows no cases of chemical poisoning, the rescue headquarters said on Monday.
In a notice released on Monday, the State Council has ordered a national inspection on poten
tial hazards of dangerous chemicals and safety assessments on all chemical industry parks across the country.
shops that have obtained permits should avoid selling snacks that have lots of salt and sugar, it said.
Canteen staff should undergo health checks every year and maintain good sanitary habits; the school should keep full a
nd accurate record on the sources of the food and leave samples of each food for inspection, it said.
Canteens that do not leave food samples, purchased or stor
ed nitrite and sell food with high health risks, including sprouting potato and wild mushrooms, will
be fined ranging from 5,000 to 30,000 yuan, ($744 to $4464), according to the notice.
People responsible for food safety will be warned, striped off their post or handed over to law enforcement if caught profiting
illegally by purchasing substandard food, handling job irresponsibly and posing health risks, ca
using physical harm to teachers and students and failing to report food safety accidents, it said.
bras and fish maw recorded year-on-year increases of 81.03, 61.95 and 124 percent, respectively.
Women’s per-customer transaction on Tmall has been increasing for the last two years, with an increase of 8.85 percent in 2018. Wo
men’s spending power in quasi-first-tier cities is also catching up with that of women in Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou.
Hangzhou, Nanjing and Xiamen last year joined Shanghai and Beijing as the cities with the h
ighest spend per transaction, while Guangzhou and Shenzhen dropped out of the top five.
Based on their findings Tmall released an independence index of women, which argu
es that women in first-tier and new first-tier cities are becoming more independent.
Among the cities with the highest independence indic
es, Shanghai, Beijing, Guangzhou, Shenzhen and Hangzhou comprise the top five.