Constant Cycle of Restrictions Is China’s Covid Future
Locked down in March, tech center of Shenzhen facing new curbs
Beijing children now need a negative test to enter city parks
Chinese cities that were in lockdown just a few months ago are imposing pandemic curbs again, as the country’s zero tolerance approach to Covid-19 plunges it into a constant cycle of unpredictable, stop-start restrictions.
The snap mitigation measures come as China reported just 22 new infections in the whole country for Tuesday, the fewest daily cases in more than four months.