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Shanghai edges towards COVID reopening as Beijing plans to ease curbs

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Shanghai edges towards COVID reopening as Beijing plans to ease curbs

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This is a news story from Reuters. After intense lockdowns, Shanghai is looking to reopen again.

Shanghai officials urged continued vigilance, even though the vast majority of its 25 million residents live in areas that are in the lowest-risk "prevention" category.

"Wear masks in public, no gathering and keep social distance," Zhao Dandan, deputy director of the Shanghai Municipal Health Commission, told a daily news conference.

Similar measures are being taken in Beijing, where things are reopening there too, but with restriction.

Starting on Sunday, shopping malls, libraries, museums, theatres and gyms will be allowed to reopen, with limits on numbers of people, in the eight of Beijing's 16 districts that have seen no community cases for seven consecutive days.

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05/28/2022
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05/29/2022
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