China Has Hit an Inflection Point in its Zero-COVID Policies

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There is a growing global consensus that COVID-19 will remain with us for the foreseeable future, and we will need to deal with outbreaks and adapt. An exception to this consensus is China, where the official position is that a single case of the virus is too many. Other countries, like Singapore and New Zealand, pursued similar eradication strategies. Those countries have modified…

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