How a U.S. Container Ship Crew Lived, Worked Through China’s Lockdown | WSJ




A Covid-19 outbreak in Shanghai brought one of China’s largest manufacturing and export hubs to a near standstill. The crew aboard a U.S. container ship were stranded at a shipyard, struggling to live and work while under lockdown. Photo composite: Adam Adada

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