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Quiet Shanghai street amid Covid lockdown


Images of a quiet Shanghai street Tuesday morning. Since March, more than 100,000 cases in Shanghai have led to a lockdown of the city's 25 million inhabitants. The United States announced it had ordered all non-essential employees at its Shanghai consulate to leave, while voicing concerns for the safety of Americans in China as the government enforces hard lockdowns to contain Covid-19. IMAGES

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