Shanghai Residents Welcome Easing Of China’s Covid Curbs

Shanghai residents welcome easing of china's covid curbs

NBC News published this video item, entitled “Shanghai Residents Welcome Easing Of China’s Covid Curbs” – below is their description.

Residents in Shanghai on Thursday said they would rely increasingly on self-protection, after China made its most sweeping changes to loosen Covid-19 restrictions since the pandemic began three years ago.

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