BEIJING/SHANGHAI—China’s southern tech hub of Shenzhen said it will adopt tiered anti-virus restriction measures starting on Monday as the country grapples with fresh outbreaks.
Shenzhen, which went into a weekend lockdown on Saturday, announced a new round of COVID-19 testing.
Separately, Chengdu, which placed its 21 million people under lockdown on Thursday, said the city will conduct more mass testing from Monday to Wednesday.
Workers in protective suits prepare to deliver food supplies placed on a rack outside a residential compound to its residents in Chengdu, Sichuan province, China, on Sept. 2, 2022. (cnsphoto via Reuters)
China is sticking to its stringent zero-COVID policy, even as most other countries have relaxed restrictions and chosen to live with virus. As a result, fresh outbreaks have become a major risk to the country….
Source: The Epoch Times