Wuhan University, Wuhan 430072, Hubei, China
At the end of 2019, the COVID-19 broke out in the whole China. The epidemic had various transmission routes and strong infectiousness, which seriously affected the social operation. For a period of time, amid the general trend of slowing production and calling for the closing of doors, all kinds of religious gatherings were seriously affected. At the beginning of 2020, China's economy was boosted and epidemic prevention and control became normal. The special studies on the Buddhist culture of Mount Wutai in Shanxi Province, China, the Mount Wutai Studies, in religious practice, disease treatment, ecological construction, religious governance and other aspects are consistent with epidemic prevention, contributing disciplinary wisdom to COVID-19 prevention and control, and has the practical significance of improving the effectiveness of anti-epidemic and promoting the development of local people's livelihood.
COVID-19, Mount Wutai Studies, History, religion, Buddhism
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