While there remain much deeper implications for human beings – and their rights – than the pain felt in supply chain due to the Shanghai lockdown, as highlighted by the media this month:

– Why more than 200,000 Covid-positive results in Shanghai aren’t ’confirmed cases’;

– Some parents are allowed to stay with Covid-positive children after backlash;

– Shanghai residents report shortages of food and medicine;

– Pressure builds as Shanghai, a city of 25 million, remains locked inside;

– State department to Shanghai staff: leave now;

– “I have no ...

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