Previously known for strict Covid measures, the country's response, both from authorities and the public, appears subdued this time around.
Beijing — China braces for a new wave of Covid infections, with a potential surge of 65 million cases per week by the end of June.
China, the pandemic's origin, braces for a surge in Covid cases fueled by the omicron variant. Despite once having strict control measures, the government and public response is now muted.
About six months after dismantling Covid infrastructure, including lockdowns and strict measures, China faces a surge in cases, highlighting the need for renewed response efforts.