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Uncertainties in the closed loop

The so-called “closed-loop” has become the saving grace for many companies in China. Faced with the threat of lockdowns across the country, they are setting up a closed-loop in which employees work, live, and sleep on specially purchased beds in the office for several days isolated from the rest of society. This is intended to keep their factories free of viruses and production running as smoothly as possible.

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