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Shanghai to ease lockdown in some areas despite record COVID infections
China's financial centre of Shanghai started easing lockdown in some areas from Monday, despite reporting a record of more than 25,000 new COVID-19 infections, as authorities strive to get the city moving again after more than two weeks.
China slams US virus accusations as Shanghai lockdown drags on
China blasted the United States for making "groundless accusations" about its COVID-19 policy, after surging cases in Shanghai prompted the American consulate to let some staff leave the locked-down megacity.
Nearly 30 million under lockdown in China as virus surges
Nearly 30 million people were under lockdown across China on Tuesday, as surging virus cases prompted the return of mass tests and hazmat-suited health officials to city streets on a scale not seen since the start of the pandemic.
Millions in new lockdown as China faces worst COVID outbreak in two years
Millions of people across China endured lockdowns on Sunday as virus cases doubled to nearly 3,400 and anxiety mounted over the resilience of the country's 'zero-COVID' approach in the face of the worst outbreak in two years.
Chinese city locks down, Shanghai shuts schools as COVID spikes
A Chinese city of nine million was ordered into lockdown on Friday and Shanghai shut its schools as authorities scrambled to halt a COVID-19 outbreak that has pushed nationwide cases to their highest levels in two years.
Library use in UK plummeted in 2021, but e-visits showed 18% rise during lockdown
The number of in-person visits to UK public libraries plummeted by 159m last year, as the pandemic forced branches to close around the country.
UK PM Johnson refuses to resign over lockdown parties
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Wednesday rejected opposition calls to resign for attending lockdown parties but accepted that a rule that ministers should lose their jobs if they had knowingly misled Parliament applied to him.
Johnson fights for survival after fresh revelations over parties
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson was fighting for his political future Friday as outrage mounted after his belated apology for attending a party during lockdown and as a fresh report emerged of other raucous gatherings at his office.
Austria bars tourists as lockdown begins – but flights continue
As the first nationwide lockdown in Europe of the winter season begins in Austria, tourists were banned for the next 20 days.
Dutch police open fire on COVID lockdown protesters as European nations reintroduce restrictions
Police opened fire on anti-lockdown protesters in the Dutch city of Rotterdam Friday as several European cities braced for further demonstrations against new COVID restrictions.
Dutch movie theaters remain open, IDFA to run as planned, despite partial lockdown
The Netherlands imposed a partial lockdown Friday, amid a surge in COVID-19 infections, but the entertainment business escaped unscathed, with movie theaters remaining open, and International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam (IDFA) set to run as an in-person event as planned.
English dad put up sweet signs for sons every day when they were separated in lockdown
A dad who lives apart from his sons put up sweet signs during lockdown so that he could stay in contact with them.
Hundreds arrested in Australia violent protests as country posts worst COVID rise
Hundreds were arrested after violent clashes between anti-lockdown protesters and police in Australia’s two largest cities Saturday as the country recorded its sharpest rise in daily COVID-19 cases since the pandemic began.
Millions under virus lockdown as China battles Delta outbreak
Millions of people were confined to their homes in China Monday as the country tried to contain its largest coronavirus outbreak in months with mass testing and travel curbs.
England's 'freedom day' marred by soaring cases and isolation chaos
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's 'freedom day' ending over a year of COVID-19 lockdown restrictions in England was marred on Monday by surging infections, warnings of supermarket shortages and his own forced self-isolation.

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