Many Shanghai residents stayed home on Monday as typhoon Infa continued to hit the city after hitting land in the nearby island town of Zhoushan on Sunday morning. The storm moved north for the next 24 hours before hitting the mainland city of Pinghu, which is fairly close to Shanghai, on Monday morning, according to the China National Meteorological Center.
The Meteorological Agency said that the provinces of Zhejiang and Jiangsu as well as the municipality of Shanghai, all in eastern China, will be continuously affected by strong winds and torrential rains over the next few days. people in Shanghai use their umbrellas to protect themselves from the strong winds of Typhoon. In afternoon in which the Employers are encouraged to “make reasonable arrangements for workers’ work trips” to ensure their safety. Local authorities have been vigilant about the potential risk of flooding after torrential rains caused devastating floods in Henan, killing 69 people. No casualties were reported in Shanghai by Monday evening.