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Keil, R., Harrison, P., & Ren, X. (2022, July 25). How COVID-19 lockdown measures— and their outcomes— varied in cities around the world. The Conversation.

During the COVID-19 pandemic, Chinese cities have repeatedly imposed lockdowns following their central government's stubborn pursuit of Zero-COVID. But lockdowns weren’t limited to authoritarian regimes such as China. Many democracies also imposed some form of lockdowns to curb the virus transmission. How effective were they? Was it worth it? And who was the most adversely affected? Read more from the team in this article published in The Conversation.