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Covid: 48 deaths in Shanghai

New Covid infections in Shanghai have fallen to their lowest level in three weeks. As of Wednesday, there were just over 13,500 positive tests and 48 deaths, according to local authorities. In Beijing, the number of newly identified cases was 46, Bloomberg reports. According to the report, a representative of the Shanghai Municipal Health Commission announced that certain groups of people could be granted limited freedom of movement in districts where the virus no longer spreads. However, an exact schedule for these relaxations was not given. In the meantime, the majority of Shanghai residents remain confined to their homes.

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