China anti-virus curbs spur fears of global economic impact


              A woman and child wearing masks to curb COVID spread, pass by a deserted mall in Beijing, Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022. More than 253,000 coronavirus cases have been found in China in the past three weeks and the daily average is rising, the government said Tuesday, adding to pressure on officials who are trying to reduce economic damage by easing controls that confine millions of people to their homes. (AP Photo/Ng Han Guan)
            
              A worker wearing a mask to curb coronavirus spread, passes autumn leaves in Beijing, Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022. More than 253,000 coronavirus cases have been found in China in the past three weeks and the daily average is rising, the government said Tuesday, adding to pressure on officials who are trying to reduce economic damage by easing controls that confine millions of people to their homes. (AP Photo/Ng Han Guan)
            
              A food delivery rider walks up a staircase near restaurants only allowing take away in a shuttered commercial distirct as part of COVID-19 controls in Beijing, Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022. More than 253,000 coronavirus cases have been found in China in the past three weeks and the daily average is rising, the government said Tuesday, adding to pressure on officials who are trying to reduce economic damage by easing controls that confine millions of people to their homes. (AP Photo/Andy Wong)
            
              A worker in protective suit places closure notices on the barricaded restaurants at a shuttered commercial office building as part of COVID-19 controls in Beijing, Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022. Anti-virus controls that are confining millions of Chinese families to their homes and shut shops and offices are spurring fears already weak global business and trade might suffer. (AP Photo/Andy Wong)
            
              A man wearing a face mask rests outside the shuttered commercial office buildings at the central business district as part of COVID-19 controls in Beijing, Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022. Anti-virus controls that are confining millions of Chinese families to their homes and shut shops and offices are spurring fears already weak global business and trade might suffer. (AP Photo/Andy Wong)
            
              Residents wearing face masks to curb coronavirus spread, react to falling autumn leaves in Beijing, Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022. More than 253,000 coronavirus cases have been found in China in the past three weeks and the daily average is rising, the government said Tuesday, adding to pressure on officials who are trying to reduce economic damage by easing controls that confine millions of people to their homes. (AP Photo/Ng Han Guan)
            
              A woman wearing a mask walks past a restaurant closed to dine-in customers in Beijing, Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022. More than 253,000 coronavirus cases have been found in China in the past three weeks and the daily average is rising, the government said Tuesday, adding to pressure on officials who are trying to reduce economic damage by easing controls that confine millions of people to their homes. (AP Photo/Ng Han Guan)
            
              Motorists drive down a quiet street along the shuttered commercial district as part of COVID-19 controls in Beijing, Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022. More than 253,000 coronavirus cases have been found in China in the past three weeks and the daily average is rising, the government said Tuesday, adding to pressure on officials who are trying to reduce economic damage by easing controls that confine millions of people to their homes. (AP Photo/Andy Wong)
            
              A food delivery rider walks up a staircase near restaurants only allowing take away in a shuttered commercial distirct as part of COVID-19 controls in Beijing, Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022. More than 253,000 coronavirus cases have been found in China in the past three weeks and the daily average is rising, the government said Tuesday, adding to pressure on officials who are trying to reduce economic damage by easing controls that confine millions of people to their homes. (AP Photo/Andy Wong)
            
              A worker in protective suit places closure notices on the barricaded restaurants at a shuttered commercial office building as part of COVID-19 controls in Beijing, Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022. Anti-virus controls that are confining millions of Chinese families to their homes and shut shops and offices are spurring fears already weak global business and trade might suffer. (AP Photo/Andy Wong)
            
              A man wearing a face mask rests outside the shuttered commercial office buildings at the central business district as part of COVID-19 controls in Beijing, Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022. Anti-virus controls that are confining millions of Chinese families to their homes and shut shops and offices are spurring fears already weak global business and trade might suffer. (AP Photo/Andy Wong)
            
              A woman wearing a face mask carries her groceries as she walks by workers in protective suits keeping watch near metal barriers set up in a locked down neighborhood as part of COVID-19 controls in Beijing, Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022. Anti-virus controls that are confining millions of Chinese families to their homes and shut shops and offices are spurring fears already weak global business and trade might suffer. (AP Photo/Andy Wong)
            
              A resident puts on his face mask as he rests at a closure cafe and restaurant outside a shuttered shopping mall as part of COVID-19 controls in Beijing, Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022. Anti-virus controls that are confining millions of Chinese families to their homes and shut shops and offices are spurring fears already weak global business and trade might suffer. (AP Photo/Andy Wong)
            
              A man walks by a shuttered steamboat restaurant displaying posters promoting the Qatar FIFA World Cup, as part of COVID-19 controls in Beijing, Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022. Anti-virus controls that are confining millions of Chinese families to their homes and shut shops and offices are spurring fears already weak global business and trade might suffer. (AP Photo/Andy Wong)
            
              A man wearing a face mask talks to workers in protective suits near a metal barriers set up in a locked down neighborhood and shops as part of COVID-19 controls in Beijing, Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022. Anti-virus controls that are confining millions of Chinese families to their homes and shut shops and offices are spurring fears already weak global business and trade might suffer. (AP Photo/Andy Wong)
            
              Residents wearing face masks line up to register to have their throat swabbed for a COVID-19 test at a coronavirus testing site in Beijing, Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022. Anti-virus controls that are confining millions of Chinese families to their homes and shut shops and offices are spurring fears already weak global business and trade might suffer. (AP Photo/Andy Wong)
            
              A man has his throat swabbed for a COVID-19 test at a coronavirus testing site in Beijing, Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022. Anti-virus controls that are confining millions of Chinese families to their homes and shut shops and offices are spurring fears already weak global business and trade might suffer. (AP Photo/Andy Wong)
            
              Women wearing face masks stand near a heart-shaped decoration in Beijing, Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022. Anti-virus controls that are confining millions of Chinese families to their homes and shut shops and offices are spurring fears already weak global business and trade might suffer. (AP Photo/Andy Wong)
China anti-virus curbs spur fears of global economic impact