Covid Lockdown In China's iPhone City After Clashes, Over 6 Million

Dozens of workers took to the streets in Zhengzhou, China, to protest Covid isolation policies and working conditions . Schools in Guangzhou introduced new regulations this month that appeared to signal a shift away from zero-Covid .

On Wednesday, dozens of workers took to the streets in Zhengzhou, China, to protest Covid isolation policies and working conditions, protesting the factory's strict regulation.At the time of the epidemic, there were 31,444 domestic infections on Wednesday, according to the National Health Commission, which said the company was working closely with the government to ensure that their employees' needs are met.The government has also suspended Covid surveillance, citing a technical glitch in the compensation system.Schools in Guangzhou, the southern manufacturing hub where nearly a third of the latest Covid cases were recorded, have introduced new regulations this month that appeared to signal a shift away from zero-Covid, including simplifying a system for designating high-risk areas, according to health authorities.However, Ting Lu, chief China economist at Nomura, said in a note that reopening may be slow, costly, and difficult.

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