China’s widening COVID-19 curbs trigger public pushback | The World

China's widening covid-19 curbs trigger public pushback | the world

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As China’s coronavirus cases rise Beijing is still sticking to its zero-covid policy, locking down cities and enforcing harsh restrictions such as daily mass testing in some areas. East Asia correspondent Bill Birtles tells The World frustration appears to be growing among residents who are struggling to go about their daily lives.

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