China tests fish for coronavirus onboard trawler boat amid zero-Covid policy

The Telegraph published this video item, entitled “China tests fish for coronavirus onboard trawler boat amid zero-Covid policy” – below is their description.

Footage of Chinese pandemic control staff in a coastal city doing Covid tests on the fish and shrimps harvested by fishermen has emerged on social media.

It comes amid a tough zero-Covid policy in China, aiming to completely eliminate the virus.

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