Unlike in March, when Shenzhen enforced a seven-day lockdown during a fresh outbreak, most parts of the city at present are operating normally with no disruptions to public transport and various services-related businesses. Photo: Agence-France Presse
Unlike in March, when Shenzhen enforced a seven-day lockdown during a fresh outbreak, most parts of the city at present are operating normally with no disruptions to public transport and various services-related businesses. Photo: Agence-France Presse
Shenzhen

Chinese tech hub Shenzhen rolls out ‘targeted measures’ to reduce industrial disruptions, contain fresh Covid-19 outbreak

  • Shenzhen’s latest Covid-19 control measures enable industrial enterprises to balance safety with meeting their production goals
  • The city of 17 million on Tuesday reported 19 new infections, including four confirmed and 15 asymptomatic cases

Unlike in March, when Shenzhen enforced a seven-day lockdown during a fresh outbreak, most parts of the city at present are operating normally with no disruptions to public transport and various services-related businesses. Photo: Agence-France Presse
Unlike in March, when Shenzhen enforced a seven-day lockdown during a fresh outbreak, most parts of the city at present are operating normally with no disruptions to public transport and various services-related businesses. Photo: Agence-France Presse
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