CCP Virus Leaves Empty Malls In Chinese City

Seventy-five thousand booths and over 200,000 daily visitors are located in Yiwu International Trade City in southern Zhejiang province—the primary wholesale market in China.

Vendors here sell to customers from around the world, and most of the goods sold are small household items and clothing.

Now many shop owners here have closed their doors and stopped renting. A similar situation has also appeared with other markets in the city.