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Protests Against Ongoing Covid Measures Spread

CHINA

Protests against Covid restrictions have spread to more cities in China as they continued for a second night.The USD has strengthened in the wake of the unrest.

  • According to the BBC, protestors assembled in Beijing and Shanghai as well as Chengdu, Wuhan and Xi’an.
  • The unrest began in Urumqi where 10 people died in an apartment block fire, as they were reportedly unable to leave their homes due to restrictions. The city has been under strict measures since August.
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Protests against Covid restrictions have spread to more cities in China as they continued for a second night.The USD has strengthened in the wake of the unrest.

  • According to the BBC, protestors assembled in Beijing and Shanghai as well as Chengdu, Wuhan and Xi’an.
  • The unrest began in Urumqi where 10 people died in an apartment block fire, as they were reportedly unable to leave their homes due to restrictions. The city has been under strict measures since August.