COVID-19 in China: Food supply and lax regulations cause for concern as government touts ‘return to normalcy’
The Chinese government has been pushing for a ‘return to normalcy’ for what it deems ‘low-risk’ COVID-19-affected areas within the country, but faces multiple challenges in the form of public anxiety over food security and relaxed control measures.
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