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Zero covid: travel problems and disrupted supply chains

Companies across China are increasingly suffering from Omicron outbreaks in the country. Strict zero covid measures disrupt supply chains and production. Employees or logistics are practically overnight barred from entering factory premises. Or they are unexpectedly no longer allowed to cross city or district borders. And in Shanghai, there is the omnipresent fear of a positive Covid test and the resulting isolation in one of the city’s huge quarantine centers.

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