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# zero covid

Last year
China to reopen borders to tourists after declaring a 'decisive victory' over Covid-19
Canada and Australia impose Covid rules on travellers from China
All time
Explainer: What's happening with Covid-19 in China?
China expands hospital facilities and ICUs amid Covid surge
Opinion: China's zero-covid policy tightens its perfect dictatorship
Teng Biao
China eases Covid curbs with some cities no longer requiring negative tests for public transport
China signals zero-Covid relaxation after protests
'Zero-covid' protests are spreading in China but why is the country persisting with the policy?
Beijing Marathon returns but China sticks to ‘zero-Covid’
Vaccinated citizens travelling to New Zealand will no longer need to isolate
Port city near Beijing begins mass testing of 14 million residents after Omicron cases found
New Zealand drops 'Covid zero' goal after Delta outbreak
New Zealand says it has solved Covid outbreak 'puzzle'
FactCheck: No, the Tánaiste did not say lockdown would continue 'indefinitely'
Professor Sam McConkey: Ten steps we should take to rid Ireland of Covid for good
Professor Sam McConkey
Zero Covid would require 2km limit, closed schools and 'months and months' of Level 5 – Donnelly
Poll: Should Ireland adopt a Zero-Covid strategy?
'We need a change in approach': Dáil hears debate on zero-Covid strategy
Opinion: The case for Zero Covid - have we reached a tipping point?
Professor Ivan Perry
Taoiseach: 'Zero-Covid strategy is not possible or sustainable'
Why is Ireland choosing a 'seesaw' approach to tackling Covid-19?