Among 25 individuals who received two doses of the BBIBP-CorV vaccine, neutralising activity against sub-variants such as BA.2.12.1 and BA.4/BA.5 "was not or only minimally detectable"
Retail sales in Beijing shrank 7.7% for the January-May period, after Covid-19 curbs starting from late April confined shoppers to their homes
China’s poised to spend as much as $318 billion in a high-stakes bid to beat Covid lockdowns and prevent its...
Apple supplier to focus on expansion in Vietnam, India, Indonesia and North America, after operations at its factories in China were rocked by Covid lockdowns and labour shortages
Data show the economy stabilised after a sharp slump the previous month, but Beijing still faces weak consumption and persistent coronavirus outbreaks
Of 133 member companies surveyed by the American Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai, 93% said they had reduced their revenue forecast for this year
Authorities are under pressure as the outbreak linked to a bar left millions facing tests, thousands under lockdown – days after the city ended a partial lockdown that ran for more than a month
Public-funded mass testing and surging demand for testing kits and sample collection booths is draining local government finances
Officials said mass testing would be carried out in Chaoyang district, the capital's core commercial and nightlife district that is home to at least 3.5 million people
Authorities have ordered tests for all residents in 15 of Shanghai's 16 districts this weekend, with five districts barring residents from leaving their homes
The EV maker has set a target of 71,000 cars at its Shanghai plant for June. Added with 44,301 units produced in April and May, that would be about a third less than its first-quarter output
But the authors of the new World Health Organization report concluded that although no new data pointed to a laboratory leak, more Chinese input was needed.