China's largest city and global financial hub plans to restore mass transit and gradually reopen schools
The lockdown of China's largest city has dealt a blow to the economy and frustrated residents.
The leader of the World Health Organization says he doesn't think that a 'zero-COVID' strategy is sustainable, given the behavior of the virus.
China's economic downturn has left thousands of migrant workers unemployed. They're pivoting to work in COVID control — and have strong concerns about how they are being treated.
Shutdowns that have shut down some of China's biggest cities and fueled public irritation are spreading as infections rise, hurting a weak economy and prompting warnings of possible global shockwaves.
The order from Washington covers "non-emergency U.S. government employees and their family members from U.S. Consulate General Shanghai."
China's lockdown and quarantine policy is testing the limits of the city of 26 million. Parents were separated from kids. And there's not enough staff for the elderly residents of care centers.
The COVID-19 outbreak in China's largest metropolis of Shanghai remains "extremely grim" amid an ongoing lockdown confining around 26 million people to their homes, a city official said Tuesday.
Battling its biggest COVID surge in two years, Shanghai has instituted rigorous lockdowns — again — that are frustrating residents.