. China Is Imposing Strict Lockdowns To Contain New COVID Outbreaks. But There’s A Cost « JO LEE MAGAZINE

NPR – Within China, anti-virus measures are even more strict for residents than for international travelers entering the country. The appearance of a single delta case can get an entire city locked down. Traveling from a place with delta cases? That could be three weeks of hotel quarantine in a city such as Beijing. These are some of the ways China has been keeping new daily coronavirus infections to sometimes single digits. But with the highly-contagious delta variant now spreading across the country, some public health experts have begun to question whether China’s zero tolerance can contain the pandemic long term – and whether it is worth the cost.

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