People hold white sheets of paper in protest over China’s Covid-19 restrictions after a vigil for the victims of a fire in Urumqi in Beijing on November 27. Photo: Reuters
People hold white sheets of paper in protest over China’s Covid-19 restrictions after a vigil for the victims of a fire in Urumqi in Beijing on November 27. Photo: Reuters
Edmund Lim
Opinion

Opinion

Edmund Lim

Six steps China can take to move beyond ‘zero-Covid’ policy and reopen

  • With public dissatisfaction over the government’s handling of the pandemic spilling over into protests, China needs transparency, clear communication and an effective plan that includes focusing on vaccination

People hold white sheets of paper in protest over China’s Covid-19 restrictions after a vigil for the victims of a fire in Urumqi in Beijing on November 27. Photo: Reuters
People hold white sheets of paper in protest over China’s Covid-19 restrictions after a vigil for the victims of a fire in Urumqi in Beijing on November 27. Photo: Reuters
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