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China’s ‘zero-COVID’ restrictions curb May 1 holiday travel

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Only a few people strolled the pedestrian-only streets Sunday in central Beijing’s historic Qianmen district, normally an area that would be bustling with tourists on what was a national holiday and a sunny spring day.

Many Chinese marked a quiet May Day this year as the government’s “zero-COVID” approach restricts travel and enforces lockdowns in multiple cities. Millions remain restricted to their buildings or compounds in Shanghai, China’s largest city, under a lockdown that has only slightly eased.


A child wearing a mask lines up for a COVID test Sunday, May 1, 2022, in Beijing. Many Chinese are marking a quiet May Day holiday this year as the government’s “zero-COVID” approach…

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