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Coronavirus: China’s Shanghai is possible to open on June 1 after an agonising lockdown.

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Shanghai, which has recorded hundreds of thousands of cases and around 570 deaths in the ongoing outbreak, is emerging as China’s worst Covid-19 outbreak.

China’s financial hub, Shanghai will reopen and consequently will get back to ‘normal life”.

“Commercial outlets such as shopping malls, department stores, supermarkets, convenience stores and pharmacies will gradually resume in-store operations in an orderly manner, while vegetable markets and hair salons will gradually resume on-site business with limited capacity,” Chen Tong, deputy mayor of Shanghai, was quoted by official news agency, Xinhua, on Sunday.

“The city’s pandemic has been put under effective control, though the risk of a resurgence still exists,” deputy mayor Zong Ming said on Monday, according to state media.

“Daily infections have also fallen below 1,000 and there has been no community transmission across the city for two consecutive days,” Zong said.

“Shanghai has planned its epidemic control work for the coming period, dividing it into three stages,” Zong said.

“From June 1 to mid-late June, Shanghai will fully restore the normal order of production and life across the city with standard epidemic prevention and control measures, while strictly preventing any resurgence of the epidemic,” Zong was quoted as saying by the official Xinhua news agency.

“From May 22 to the end of the month, the locked-down and controlled areas will be further reduced and eventually eliminated to accelerate the shift to normality from June. Public transport, trains and flights will gradually resume,” the Shanghai-based Shine.cn reported.

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