China Rolls Back Covid-19 Policies

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China has rolled back its most severe Covid-19 policies, which includes forcing people into quarantine camps.

This comes a week after landmark protests against the strict controls.

People with Covid-19 can now isolate at home rather than in state facilities if they have mild or no symptoms, and they are also no longer need to show tests for most venues.

Citizens have expressed relief but also concern about the sudden changes, this comes as the country is grappling with its biggest wave of infections over 30,000 each day.

Written by: Helen Obih

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