In this photo captured from video footage, people with suitcases and bags are seen leaving a Foxconn compound in Zhengzhou, Oct. 29, 2022. Photo: Hangpai Xingyang via AP
In this photo captured from video footage, people with suitcases and bags are seen leaving a Foxconn compound in Zhengzhou, Oct. 29, 2022. Photo: Hangpai Xingyang via AP
Zhou Xin
Opinion

Opinion

Zhou Xin

Foxconn factory disruption shows there are no winners from excessive Covid-19 controls

  • Foxconn confirmed last week that a small number of its employees were affected by Covid-19 but said production was largely continuing as normal
  • The exodus of workers from Foxconn is a warning about the accumulating social and human costs of implementing a zero-tolerance Covid policy

In this photo captured from video footage, people with suitcases and bags are seen leaving a Foxconn compound in Zhengzhou, Oct. 29, 2022. Photo: Hangpai Xingyang via AP
In this photo captured from video footage, people with suitcases and bags are seen leaving a Foxconn compound in Zhengzhou, Oct. 29, 2022. Photo: Hangpai Xingyang via AP
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