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Latest news: Shanghai

Shanghai residents struggle under COVID shutdown

Manufacturers including Tesla have begun preparing to reopen their Shanghai plants as China's most populous city speeds up efforts to get back to normal after a nearly three-week COVID shutdown.

China tackles worst COVID-19 outbreak since Wuhan in late 2019

China's financial hub Shanghai has reported over 27,000 coronavirus cases, a new high, a day after President Xi Jinping said that the country must continue with its strict "dynamic COVID clearance" policy and pandemic control measures.

Shanghai COVID cases keep rising despite harsh lockdown

Shanghai has reported nearly 25,000 locally transmitted COVID-19 infections in a day, as residents of China's most populous city voiced complaints over food and basic supplies and concern spread more cities may soon be in the same situation.

All 26 million Shanghai residents must test for COVID

Shanghai has ordered its 26 million residents to undergo two more rounds of tests for COVID-19 as public anger grows over how authorities in China's most-populous city are tackling a record coronavirus surge.

Shanghai launches two-stage COVID lockdown

China's financial hub of Shanghai has launched a two-stage lockdown of its 26 million residents, closing bridges and tunnels, and restricting highway traffic in a scramble to contain surging COVID-19 cases.