A community worker in Ningbo interviewed by Pear Video said the sensors were deployed because they don’t have enough staff to manually check on the more than 100 quarantined residents. (Picture: Pear Video) A community worker in Ningbo interviewed by Pear Video said the sensors were deployed because they don’t have enough staff to manually check on the more than 100 quarantined residents. (Picture: Pear Video)
A community worker in Ningbo interviewed by Pear Video said the sensors were deployed because they don’t have enough staff to manually check on the more than 100 quarantined residents. (Picture: Pear Video)

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A community worker in Ningbo interviewed by Pear Video said the sensors were deployed because they don’t have enough staff to manually check on the more than 100 quarantined residents. (Picture: Pear Video) A community worker in Ningbo interviewed by Pear Video said the sensors were deployed because they don’t have enough staff to manually check on the more than 100 quarantined residents. (Picture: Pear Video)
A community worker in Ningbo interviewed by Pear Video said the sensors were deployed because they don’t have enough staff to manually check on the more than 100 quarantined residents. (Picture: Pear Video)
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