There is immense pressure to get China back to work after the coronavirus shutdown, but public health should remain the priority. Photo: BloombergThere is immense pressure to get China back to work after the coronavirus shutdown, but public health should remain the priority. Photo: Bloomberg
There is immense pressure to get China back to work after the coronavirus shutdown, but public health should remain the priority. Photo: Bloomberg
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Public health remains the priority as city gets back to work

  • As new coronavirus cases emerge almost every day, the decision to resume office duties seems to be based on economic and social needs rather than scientific grounds

There is immense pressure to get China back to work after the coronavirus shutdown, but public health should remain the priority. Photo: BloombergThere is immense pressure to get China back to work after the coronavirus shutdown, but public health should remain the priority. Photo: Bloomberg
There is immense pressure to get China back to work after the coronavirus shutdown, but public health should remain the priority. Photo: Bloomberg
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