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China’s coronavirus testing ‘overkill’ gives economy a shot in the arm, with huge windfall for industry

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]A knock at the door jarred Susan Li out of bed on a chilly morning in Beijing last month.“Nucleic acid test,” proclaimed the woman outside Li’s home. And then her neighbour’s home. Then the next home. And so on, with the knocks stretching well into the millions across the country.In Li’s case, the testing came a day after Beijing recorded two new cases of the coronavirus, in Daxing district. Even though the 33-year-old lives more than 10km away, Li was among the 1.8 million residents in the…

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A knock at the door jarred Susan Li out of bed on a chilly morning in Beijing last month.“Nucleic acid test,” proclaimed the woman outside Li’s home. And then her neighbour’s home. Then the next home. And so on, with the knocks stretching well into the millions across the country.In Li’s case, the testing came a day after Beijing recorded two new cases of the coronavirus, in Daxing district. Even though the 33-year-old lives more than 10km away, Li was among the 1.8 million residents in the…

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