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  • Shanghai vows to improve food deliveries as discontent grows ov



    Shanghai on Thursday (Apr 7) said it was trying its best to improve the distribution of food and essential goods to locked-in residents, responding to growing discontent over such difficulties as COVID-19 curbs stretched into the 11th day.

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    China's financial hub has fallen largely silent after the city imposed harsh movement restrictions to stem the spread of COVID-19, with only healthcare workers, volunteers, delivery personnel or people with special permission allowed on the streets.

    Authorities say that has whittled the number of couriers, who must keep the city's 26 million residents supplied, to just 11,000. Among still operating, but overloaded services, include Meituan as well as Alibaba's Freshippo online grocery platform and its service.

    Shanghai has sufficient reserves of staples such as rice and meat, but issues have cropped up in distribution and last-mile deliveries because of epidemic control measures, Shanghai's vice mayor Chen Tong said at a news conference on Thursday.

    He said the city would try to reopen some wholesale markets and food stores and allow more delivery personnel out of locked-down areas. Officials will also crack down on price gouging, he added.

    "In response to the various problems reported by the public, we have been holding meetings overnight to try and figure out solutions," he said.