China’s southern tech hub of Shenzhen has significantly tightened Covid-19 control measures, including mass testing and closure of public venues, to stave off a fresh outbreak of the Omicron variant. Photo: Shutterstock
China’s southern tech hub of Shenzhen has significantly tightened Covid-19 control measures, including mass testing and closure of public venues, to stave off a fresh outbreak of the Omicron variant. Photo: Shutterstock
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Chinese manufacturers in Shenzhen, including Huawei and SMIC, go under ‘closed-loop’ operating mode amid Omicron outbreak

  • A Shenzhen government directive has advised major Chinese manufacturers to go on closed-loop operating mode, which restricts employee movement
  • The closed-loop system remains the go-to strategy for mainland factories to keep production on track, while reducing the risk of new infections

China’s southern tech hub of Shenzhen has significantly tightened Covid-19 control measures, including mass testing and closure of public venues, to stave off a fresh outbreak of the Omicron variant. Photo: Shutterstock
China’s southern tech hub of Shenzhen has significantly tightened Covid-19 control measures, including mass testing and closure of public venues, to stave off a fresh outbreak of the Omicron variant. Photo: Shutterstock
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