Since the novel coronavirus outbreak in the megacity of Wuhan in December 2019, lockdowns were also implemented across China’s vast countryside, home to more than 700 million people.
Dr. Scott Rozelle, senior fellow at Stanford University FSI and co-director of the Rural Education Action Program, presents his latest study to assess the effects of local and nationwide disease control measures on the economy, social life and health of China’s rural population.
This was recorded from a May 6th webinar, to view the full presentation, visit china.ucsd.edu
Webinar moderator: Victor Shih, UC San Diego
Editor/Host: Samuel Tsoi, UC San Diego
Music: Dave Liang/Shanghai Restoration Project