Services and surveillance during the pandemic lockdown: Residents’ committees in Wuhan and Beijing

Zhenjie Yang, Guilan Zhu, Linda Chelan Li, Yilong Sheng

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The COVID-19 pandemic caused a lockdown of Wuhan, and strict control was imposed in many major Chinese cities, including the national capital of Beijing. Residents’ committee workers at the grass-roots level have played a critical role in the enforcement of the government’s pandemic prevention and control measures, through their day-to-day service and surveillance as local community managers. This article examines their work in Wuhan and Beijing neighbourhoods during the most critical periods of the outbreak, from late January to June 2020, and the challenges the workers faced as executors of the government’s community-based prevention policy. The two cities have developed different community strategies because of very different epidemiological situations and city functions.

原文English
頁(從 - 到)420-440
頁數21
期刊China Information
35
發行號3
DOIs
出版狀態Published - 11月 2021

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