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China has been able to beat back successive waves of COVID-19 thanks to the widespread deployment of snap lockdowns, strict quarantines and some of the world’s tightest border controls. Yet, the strain is showing at its borders.

Case in point is Ruili, a city in remote southwestern China that is hemmed in by a 169-kilometer (105-mile) border with Myanmar on three sides.

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