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Panic buying grips Beijing supermarkets after lockdown rumours

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Panic buying grips Beijing supermarkets after lockdown rumours

Panic buying grips Beijing supermarkets after lockdown rumours

Beijing residents rush to supermarkets as Chinese officials try to curb mounting panic over a rumour the capital would be placed under stay-at-home orders.


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Beijing Continues Lockdown Amid Rising Number of New COVID Cases [Video]

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Beijing Continues Lockdown , Amid Rising Number , of New COVID Cases . Beijing has said that coronavirus cases in the city continue to rise and that the government will extend work-from-home orders. . Beijing has said that coronavirus cases in the city continue to rise and that the government will extend work-from-home orders. . Fox reports that Beijing reported 99 new infections on May 23, up from the previous average of around 40 new cases a day. . As a result, the government has limited the number of workers allowed to return to their offices to 30% of the normal level. On May 23, officials in Beijing also ordered additional mass testing and warned citizens to avoid traveling between districts. Fox reports that indoor dining, schools and tourist sites have also been banned. Overall, China only reported 800 new cases nationwide, which marks a steady decline from earlier in 2022. Fox reports that the Chinese government has been criticized internationally for its strict "zero-COVID" strategy. Amid weeks-long quarantines in Shanghai, residents reported shortages of both food and medicine. . However, those lockdowns appear to be easing as the city has seen the number of new cases fall under 1,000 for eight days in a row. However, those lockdowns appear to be easing as the city has seen the number of new cases fall under 1,000 for eight days in a row. On May 22, Shanghai reportedly reopened four of the city's 20 subway lines. On May 22, Shanghai reportedly reopened four of the city's 20 subway lines

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