Workers wearing protective gear sort bags of vegetables and groceries on a truck to distribute them to residents at a residential compound, during the lockdown to curb the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Shanghai on April 5, 2022. Photo: China Daily via Reuters
Workers wearing protective gear sort bags of vegetables and groceries on a truck to distribute them to residents at a residential compound, during the lockdown to curb the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Shanghai on April 5, 2022. Photo: China Daily via Reuters

Tesla, Covestro among Shanghai’s foreign firms lobbying to ease truck movements as cases soar to 23,624

  • Shanghai’s confirmed cases increased by 23,624 on Saturday, with the number of symptomatic infections rising to 1,015 from Friday’s 824 cases
  • Logistics the biggest challenge, while uncertainties surround cross-provincial transport and supply along value chain: German hi-tech plastics firm Covestro

Workers wearing protective gear sort bags of vegetables and groceries on a truck to distribute them to residents at a residential compound, during the lockdown to curb the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Shanghai on April 5, 2022. Photo: China Daily via Reuters
Workers wearing protective gear sort bags of vegetables and groceries on a truck to distribute them to residents at a residential compound, during the lockdown to curb the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Shanghai on April 5, 2022. Photo: China Daily via Reuters
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