COVID-19 lockdown restrictions ease in Shanghai for some residents | USA TODAY

Roughly six million Shanghai residents have been allowed to go outside, though health officials say the virus is not yet contained.

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Some residents of Shanghai were allowed out of their homes as the city of 25 million eased a 2-week-old shutdown Tuesday after a video posted online showed what was said to be people who ran out of food breaking into a supermarket.

About 6.6 million people can go outdoors, but some must stay in their own neighborhoods. The government said some markets and pharmacies would reopen.

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