- Studies in China and around the world show symptoms can linger for up to 12 months in some patients
- The ‘long Covid’ sufferers need of support and the impact on the workforce is also in question
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Officials discussing gradual resumption of quarantine-free travel, although movement will initially be limited to Guangdong province and all visitors will have to pass through Shenzhen.
Heilongjiang in the country’s northeast continues to report the most infections, but 19 areas are now affected.
A new study on climate change’s effects on Hong Kong subdivided flat residents found nearly 60 per cent of those surveyed experienced hotter temperatures in their flats than outside. Drastically reducing emissions and allocating more climate financing to adaptation are essential to easing the suffering of the world’s most vulnerable
Chang’an was one of China’s most cosmopolitan cities 1,500 years ago. You might know it as Xian, a second-tier hinterland city today. It’s not the only international city in Chinese history to have seen its fortunes wax and wane. Look at Guangzhou.
While fundamental demand for homes peaked in 2018, real estate investment was buoyed by the liquidity created by the central bank. The property investment carnival encompassed the central government, local administrations, wealthy households, banks and developers, but the drive towards common prosperity may spell its end.