The Chinese city of Shanghai reported that three people died from COVID-19 for the first time since it entered a strict lockdown in early April.
According to the Shanghai Health Commission, three people, aged between 89 and 91, died on April 17 in a hospital despite “full efforts to resuscitate them.”
The health commission also said that the three had several comorbidities and were unvaccinated.
In recent weeks, many residents of the financial hub have complained on social media about the strict lockdown restrictions and the lack of food supplies.
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