Nanchang suspends on-site sacrificial activities to avoid mass gatherings during Qingming Festival
By Xinhua, Published: 2020-04-04 08:01:57
Staff members offer flowers to the deceased in Qiongshan Cemetery, Nanchang City, southeast China's Jiangxi Province, April 1, 2020. On this year's Tomb-sweeping Day, also known as Qingming Festival that falls on April 4 this year, Nanchang suspends on-site sacrificial activities in the city to avoid mass gatherings amid fight against the COVID-19, instead, staff of each tomb area is organized to clean the tombstones free of charge, with nearly 400,000 flowers presented at the tombs. (Xinhua/Zhang Haobo)
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Staff members offer flowers to the deceased in Qiongshan Cemetery, Nanchang City, southeast China's Jiangxi Province, April 1, 2020. On this year's Tomb-sweeping Day, also known as Qingming Festival that falls on April 4 this year, Nanchang suspends on-site sacrificial activities in the city to avoid mass gatherings amid fight against the COVID-19, instead, staff of each tomb area is organized to clean the tombstones free of charge, with nearly 400,000 flowers presented at the tombs. (Xinhua/Zhang Haobo)

A staff member offers flowers to the deceased in Qiongshan Cemetery, Nanchang City, southeast China's Jiangxi Province, April 1, 2020. On this year's Tomb-sweeping Day, also known as Qingming Festival that falls on April 4 this year, Nanchang suspends on-site sacrificial activities in the city to avoid mass gatherings amid fight against the COVID-19, instead, staff of each tomb area is organized to clean the tombstones free of charge, with nearly 400,000 flowers presented at the tombs. (Xinhua/Zhou Mi)
Staff members offer flowers to the deceased in Qiongshan Cemetery, Nanchang City, southeast China's Jiangxi Province, April 1, 2020. On this year's Tomb-sweeping Day, also known as Qingming Festival that falls on April 4 this year, Nanchang suspends on-site sacrificial activities in the city to avoid mass gatherings amid fight against the COVID-19, instead, staff of each tomb area is organized to clean the tombstones free of charge, with nearly 400,000 flowers presented at the tombs. (Xinhua/Zhou Mi)
Staff members offer flowers to the deceased in Qiongshan Cemetery, Nanchang City, southeast China's Jiangxi Province, April 1, 2020. On this year's Tomb-sweeping Day, also known as Qingming Festival that falls on April 4 this year, Nanchang suspends on-site sacrificial activities in the city to avoid mass gatherings amid fight against the COVID-19, instead, staff of each tomb area is organized to clean the tombstones free of charge, with nearly 400,000 flowers presented at the tombs. (Xinhua/Zhou Mi)
Staff members pay tribute to the deceased on behalf of citizens in Qiongshan Cemetery, Nanchang City, southeast China's Jiangxi Province, March 31, 2020. On this year's Tomb-sweeping Day, also known as Qingming Festival that falls on April 4 this year, Nanchang suspends on-site sacrificial activities in the city to avoid mass gatherings amid fight against the COVID-19, instead, staff of each tomb area is organized to clean the tombstones free of charge, with nearly 400,000 flowers presented at the tombs. (Xinhua/Zhang Haobo)
A staff member offers flowers to the deceased in Qiongshan Cemetery, Nanchang City, southeast China's Jiangxi Province, April 1, 2020. On this year's Tomb-sweeping Day, also known as Qingming Festival that falls on April 4 this year, Nanchang suspends on-site sacrificial activities in the city to avoid mass gatherings amid fight against the COVID-19, instead, staff of each tomb area is organized to clean the tombstones free of charge, with nearly 400,000 flowers presented at the tombs. (Xinhua/Zhang Haobo)
Staff members offer flowers to the deceased in Qiongshan Cemetery, Nanchang City, southeast China's Jiangxi Province, April 1, 2020. On this year's Tomb-sweeping Day, also known as Qingming Festival that falls on April 4 this year, Nanchang suspends on-site sacrificial activities in the city to avoid mass gatherings amid fight against the COVID-19, instead, staff of each tomb area is organized to clean the tombstones free of charge, with nearly 400,000 flowers presented at the tombs. (Xinhua/Peng Zhaozhi)
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