Shanghai residents’ doubts over lifting of Covid-19 lockdown on June 1 | The World

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There are fresh signs of frustration in China’s biggest city, as riots and protests over strict Covid-19 measures are being reported. After six weeks of lockdown, millions of Shanghai residents are still largely confined to their homes. Even as case numbers decline, people are sceptical that the government will end the lockdown next week as planned. Yvonne Yong reports.

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