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111st day reports smooth operation

08-20-2010 14:26 BJT Special Report:Shanghai World Expo 2010 |

Some 410,000 people entered the Expo site by 7pm yesterday.

Among yesterday's visitors, 119,000 came in tour groups and 50,605 were local residents with complimentary tickets offered by the Shanghai government. A total of 68,457 tickets were sold at the gates, 26,126 of them for evening visit.

As of 6pm, 80,000 visitors had passed through Houtan entrance, compared with 63,000 at Shangnan Road entrance, 70,000 at Changqing Road entrance and 52,000 at Gaoke Road entrance.

As many as 63 shows were performed at Expo venues from morning to 5pm yesterday, attracting 48,000 spectators. Some 5,795 volunteers worked on the site.

Five on-site health clinics treated 407 visitors yesterday by 4pm.

The Expo Organizer expects some 133,000 group visitors today.

Editor:Jin Lin |Source: Xinhua

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