For nearly three years, China had one of the lowest coronavirus death rates in the world, thanks to its strict yet effective “zero Covid” approach.
But last month, the government suddenly abandoned the policy. Since then, there have been millions of coronavirus cases across the country.
Guest: Alexandra Stevenson, the Shanghai bureau chief for The New York Times.
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