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China’s zero tolerance for coronavirus cases is unfair for some but justified for many

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]China has developed a standard raft of measures to curb local coronavirus outbreaks. Along with mass testing, community lockdowns and strict contract tracing, holding local officials accountable for new infections has become routine, as evidenced by the latest outbreaks in Liaoning and Anhui provinces.But for local Chinese officials to receive verbal warnings, demotions or other disciplinary measures for failing to ensure zero infections under their watch is harsh and even a bit unfair, since…

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China has developed a standard raft of measures to curb local coronavirus outbreaks. Along with mass testing, community lockdowns and strict contract tracing, holding local officials accountable for new infections has become routine, as evidenced by the latest outbreaks in Liaoning and Anhui provinces.But for local Chinese officials to receive verbal warnings, demotions or other disciplinary measures for failing to ensure zero infections under their watch is harsh and even a bit unfair, since…
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