Central Chinese city of Zhengzhou imposes new COVID movement curbs for May 4-10
BEIJING, May 3 (Reuters) - The central Chinese city of Zhengzhou announced on Tuesday it would impose new COVID-related movement curbs for May 4-10.
Schools in the main city district will go online, while employees with government organisations and companies in the area must work from home during that period, according to a statement on the city's official WeChat account.
The new measures would be subject to adjustment after May 10, in accordance with the COVID-19 outbreak situation, the notice said.
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