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Supermarket shelves empty in Beijing as city rushes Covid quarantine centres

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Unconfirmed reports of lockdowns in at least some Beijing districts have fuelled demand for food and other supplies. Large numbers of shoppers in the city's northern suburbs left shelves bare in markets. Most residents of the city have already been advised not to leave their compounds, some of which are being fenced in.
Published 2 months ago · Beijing, China

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Supermarket shelves empty in Beijing as city rushes Covid quarantine centres

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