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A rural migrant's ordeal in locked-down Shanghai

China's uncompromising "zero COVID" policies have battered the world's second-largest economy, with residents complaining about lost income, difficulties sourcing food, and mental stress. But migrant workers, of which there are 290 million, unable to work from home or earn steady pay, have it much worse than most. Reuters heard Sun Wu's story. Rachel Judah reports.
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