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Shanghai locks down parts of city again as virus fears return

Shanghai will lock down a district in the south west on Saturday morning to conduct a mass COVID-19 testing drive, its first major movement restriction since the financial hub exited a bruising two-month shutdown at the start of June.

The mini-lockdown is raising concerns that the city’s reopening is backsliding as officials fear a rebound in cases. While the plan is to seal the Minhang district of 2.65 million people only for the morning, residents face the risk of being confined to their homes for another two weeks if any COVID-19 infections are discovered, in line with China’s “COVID zero” policy.

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