PCR testing booths on city streets have become part of China’s everyday landscape, 1,000 days after the first cases of the new coronavirus were reported to the WHO. Photo: EPA-EFE
PCR testing booths on city streets have become part of China’s everyday landscape, 1,000 days after the first cases of the new coronavirus were reported to the WHO. Photo: EPA-EFE

Covid-19 booths transform China’s cities while many countries move on

  • PCR testing is the new normal with thousands of pavement sites set up, some operating 24 hours a day
  • Proof of a negative test every few days is required to guarantee access to public venues, even when there is no outbreak

PCR testing booths on city streets have become part of China’s everyday landscape, 1,000 days after the first cases of the new coronavirus were reported to the WHO. Photo: EPA-EFE
PCR testing booths on city streets have become part of China’s everyday landscape, 1,000 days after the first cases of the new coronavirus were reported to the WHO. Photo: EPA-EFE
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