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University Covid lockdown eased in Chinese capital after student protests

Belfast Telegraph 17 May 2022
A citywide lockdown of Shanghai and expanded restrictions in Beijing in recent weeks have raised questions about the economic and human costs of China’s strict virus controls, which the ruling Communist Party has trumpeted as a success compared to other major nations with much higher death tolls ... AP/PA Images ... AP/PA Images ... AP/PA Images.

Hospitals Cancel Medical Scans Due to Dye Shortage

Wall Street Journal 17 May 2022
hospitals including the Mayo Clinic to ration supplies, postpone procedures or switch to less optimal imaging.

Shanghai says lockdown to ease as virus spread mostly ends

Gulf News 16 May 2022
Most of Shanghai has stopped the spread of the coronavirus in the community and fewer than 1 million people remain under strict lockdown, authorities said Monday, as the city moves toward reopening and economic data showed the gloomy impact of China’s “zero-COVID” policy ... Image Credit.

China’s Protracted Lockdowns Cause Critical Shortages in West

The Epoch Times 16 May 2022
... alert, with some doctors prioritizing patients in critical condition as the prolonged lockdown in China’s Shanghai has caused a global shortage of chemicals used in medical imaging.

4,400 firms resume biz in Shanghai

ECNS 14 May 2022
Employees work on the production line of a carmaker in Shanghai ... More than 4,400 out of Shanghai's over 9,000 industrial enterprises above the designated size have restarted their business operations ... Capacity utilization has risen to 80 percent at Shanghai United Imaging Healthcare Co, a medical imaging and radiotherapy equipment maker.

CT contrast agents get costlier due to Covid lockdown in ShanghaiFifty ml of 320 mg ...

Deccan Herald 14 May 2022
Covid lockdown in Shanghai, China, have caused a significant global shortage of intravenous contrast used in imaging procedures like enhanced X-rays, CT scans and MRIs ... the brand name Ominipaque in Shanghai, which reportedly suffered disruptions due to the lockdown there ... shanghai.

GLOBALink | Astronomers unveil first image of black hole at center of galaxy

Xinhua 13 May 2022
Astronomers revealed the first image of the supermassive black hole at the center of the Milky Way galaxy on Thursday. The image was produced by a global research team called the Event Horizon Telescope (EHT), using observations from a worldwide network of radio telescopes ... Large retail companies in Shanghai reopen supermarkets.

Shanghai seeks to ease seven-week virus lockdown with next few days

Belfast Telegraph 13 May 2022
Shanghai will try to reopen within a few days as a Covid-19 outbreak in China’s largest city subsides, an official has said ... Vice mayor Wu Qing said at a news conference that the goal in Shanghai is to achieve “elimination in society” of the coronavirus, meaning any new cases would only be in people already in isolation ... AP/PA Images ... AP/PA Images.

Image captures black hole at center of Milky Way

China Daily 13 May 2022
Chinese scientists have contributed to the global effort that captured the world's first image of Sagittarius A, the supermassive black hole at the center of the Milky Way galaxy, according to the Shanghai Astronomical Observatory of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, one of the participants in the project.

How Enes Kanter Freedom went from NBA athlete to human rights activist

Yahoo Daily News 13 May 2022
(Fabrice Coffrini/AFP via Getty Images) ... And he sees the alarming images of the coronavirus lockdowns in Shanghai and elsewhere as vindication of his view that China’s power elite does not care about ordinary people ... Omar Rawlings/Getty Images, Maddie Meyer/Getty Images, Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images).

Elon Musk praises Chinese workers for ‘burning the 3am oil’ – here’s what that really looks like

The Observer 12 May 2022
Musk’s comment comes as Tesla’s massive Shanghai “Giga-factory” pushes its workers to the limit to meet production targets amid an ongoing pandemic lockdown ... Workers walk outside the Tesla Giga-factory in Shanghai, China, in November 2019 ... Bloomberg/Getty Images.

Food-delivery drivers in Shanghai forced to become homeless as the city's draconian lockdown means they ...

Business Insider 11 May 2022
A delivery driver for Dingdong Maicai, an online grocery app, puts customers' orders on his motorcycle in Shanghai, China, on March 30, 2022. VCG via Getty Images Food delivery drivers have been left homeless amid Shanghai's strict COVID-19 lockdown ... Shanghai's government said it is now giving more support to delivery drivers, The Journal reported.

Elon Musk praises Chinese workers, says Americans ‘trying to avoid’ work

New York Post 11 May 2022
Tesla already has one major manufacturing plant in Shanghai and the company indicated earlier this month that it plans to build a second facility in the area ... Tesla has a manufacturing plant in Shanghai.REUTERS ... Tesla plans to build a second facility in Shanghai.Future Publishing via Getty Imag.

COVID-19: WHO input prompts China’s censors

Taipei Times 11 May 2022
China’s COVID-19 policies have trapped most of Shanghai’s 25 million people in a lockdown with no clear end date, while Beijing has also gradually corralled many of its residents indoors as it battles its biggest outbreak since the pandemic began in 2020 ... A man walks on a street amid a COVID-19 lockdown Shanghai’s Jingan District yesterday.

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