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Coronavirus: Shanghai reports 58 new cases in unguarded, low-risk zones in setback for city’s ‘societal zero-Covid’ push

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Vice-Premier Sun Chunlan instructed local officials to double down on lockdown controls to identify and quarantine every single case even though the overall outbreak is showing signs of abating.

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Vice-Premier Sun Chunlan instructed local officials to double down on lockdown controls to identify and quarantine every single case even though the overall outbreak is showing signs of abating.

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