Fears mount in Beijing of a Shanghai-style lockdown as COVID-19 cases rise | The World
Fears are mounting in Beijing as a spike in case numbers triggers panic buying over concerns of a Shanghai-style lockdown. The capital recorded 22 new infections on Sunday, prompting a mass-testing response by local authorities. South China correspondent at The Financial Times, Primrose Riordan, says as cases rise, people are increasingly concerned.
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