A man wearing a face mask to help protect from the coronavirus walks through a deserted pedestrian street in Huaqiangbei, the world’s biggest electronics market, in Shenzhen’s Futian district, which remains under lockdown through March 20. Photo: AP
A man wearing a face mask to help protect from the coronavirus walks through a deserted pedestrian street in Huaqiangbei, the world’s biggest electronics market, in Shenzhen’s Futian district, which remains under lockdown through March 20. Photo: AP
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Chinese tech hub Shenzhen eases lockdown restrictions in industrial districts as manufacturing resumes

  • Five districts are allowed to resume operations of subways and buses, bringing workers back to the office and factory floors
  • The more populous commercial districts, including Futian and Nanshan, remain under lockdown until March 20

A man wearing a face mask to help protect from the coronavirus walks through a deserted pedestrian street in Huaqiangbei, the world’s biggest electronics market, in Shenzhen’s Futian district, which remains under lockdown through March 20. Photo: AP
A man wearing a face mask to help protect from the coronavirus walks through a deserted pedestrian street in Huaqiangbei, the world’s biggest electronics market, in Shenzhen’s Futian district, which remains under lockdown through March 20. Photo: AP
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