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First stores reopen in Shanghai

Covid-stricken Shanghai shows first signs of opening. On Monday, following a six-week lockdown, the first stores were allowed to reopen. Among them are shopping malls, hair salons, and stores for daily necessities. This was announced by Vice Mayor Chen Tong on Sunday at the regular press conference of the disease control committee. He said the city was making it possible for staff to return to their jobs to promote the opening to first retailers and service providers.

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