A woman holds her dog in Beijing, China. China’s pet owners are worried they will have to leave their furry friends behind if they have to go to quarantine. Photo: Getty Images A woman holds her dog in Beijing, China. China’s pet owners are worried they will have to leave their furry friends behind if they have to go to quarantine. Photo: Getty Images
A woman holds her dog in Beijing, China. China’s pet owners are worried they will have to leave their furry friends behind if they have to go to quarantine. Photo: Getty Images
China Society

New Covid-19 outbreaks in China reopen pet owners’ wounds, but public pressure eases some lockdown restrictions

  • During early pandemic quarantines, many pet owners in China were forced to leave their pets alone at home or send them into the wild
  • Following public pressure, Daxing district in Beijing adjusted measures to allow pets to be moved to hotels with their owners

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A woman holds her dog in Beijing, China. China’s pet owners are worried they will have to leave their furry friends behind if they have to go to quarantine. Photo: Getty Images A woman holds her dog in Beijing, China. China’s pet owners are worried they will have to leave their furry friends behind if they have to go to quarantine. Photo: Getty Images
A woman holds her dog in Beijing, China. China’s pet owners are worried they will have to leave their furry friends behind if they have to go to quarantine. Photo: Getty Images
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