Residents in locked down Shanghai scream from their balconies: ‘This cannot last’

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China’s financial hub Shanghai has started easing its lockdown in some areas on Monday, despite reporting a record high of more than 25,000 new Covid-19 infections, as authorities sought to get the city moving again after more than two weeks. 

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