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Shanghai will gradually resume dining-in at restaurants from June 29

/ 12:08 PM June 27, 2022
Shanghai will gradually resume dining-in at restaurants from June 29

People dine outdoors at a restaurant during the Dragon Boat Festival, the first public holiday in the city since the lockdown for the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak was lifted, in Shanghai, China June 3, 2022. REUTERS

BEIJING — Shanghai will gradually resume dining-in at restaurants from June 29 in low-risk areas and areas without any community-level spread of COVID-19 during the previous week,a Shanghai government official said on Sunday.

The Chinese econonic hub lifted a two month city-wide lockdown on June 1, but many establishments have remained unable to offer indoor dining since mid-March.

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Shanghai reported no new locally transmitted cases – either symptomatic or asymptomatic – for June 24 and June 25.

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