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China's zero-COVID lockdowns spark rare public dissent

Beijing shut parks and museums as China faces its largest outbreak of COVID in six months. Authorities confirmed more than 28,000 cases Monday and the first official COVID fatalities since May. The numbers might seem relatively low, but despite some recent adjustments, Beijing maintains the strictest COVID policy in the world. As Nick Schifrin reports, lockdowns are sparking rare public dissent.

China's zero-COVID lockdowns spark rare public dissent

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