China Rethinks ‘Zero Covid’ Strategy, Eases Some Lockdown Rules

China rethinks 'zero covid' strategy, eases some lockdown rules

NBC News published this video item, entitled “China Rethinks ‘Zero Covid’ Strategy, Eases Some Lockdown Rules” – below is their description.

In China, Covid-19 cases are on the rise despite the country’s “zero Covid” strict lockdown rules that have led to massive protests. NBC News’ Janis Mackey Frayer reports on how officials say they are loosening restrictions, however, images from the ground suggest the path to reopening may take longer than anticipated.

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