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    Communities in Tech Hub City Bar Renters From Returning Home

    2020年02月12日 20:44 来源于 财新网
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    Tenants left scrambling for hotel rooms as neighborhoods continue to enforce outdated order to ‘strictly manage’ outsiders
    Since Monday, multiple Hangzhou renters have told Caixin that they are still barred from their apartment buildings. Photo: Cai Yingli/Caixin

    As work resumed across China this week after an extended Lunar New Year holiday due to the coronavirus outbreak, many people arriving back to their rented apartments in Zhejiang province tech hub Hangzhou found they were barred from entering their communities.

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