My take: living under Shanghai’s Covid-19 lockdown
As Shanghai enters its third week of Covid-19 lockdown, other Chinese provinces have begun sending aid packages and even delivery workers to help the megacity cope as the city of 26 million struggles to contain its largest outbreak of Covid-19. But with case numbers still high and the Chinese government determined to stick to its zero-Covid strategy, the city shows little signs of returning to normality. Post Shanghai video correspondent Thomas Yau, who’s among the millions of residents caught up, has been resorting to bartering for supplies to cope with the extended lockdown.
Source: South China Morning Post