Foxconn has announced that it is phasing out the closed loop system.  

Taiwanese tech company


has ended the "closed loop" system in its world's largest


factory (iPnone Factory) in China for several months.

This decision has been taken after China relaxed the Zero-Covid regulation across the



Earlier in the week, the Chinese government ended mass testing in most places and ended the need for a lockdown to restore normal life.

After this, there has been a reduction in the sanctions of three years in China, due to which the country's economy and people had to suffer a lot.  

The Foxconn factory in central Zhengzhou was under lockdown for the past 56 days after some cases of Covid were detected.

In this, the workers were only allowed to go from their dormitory to the place of work in the factory in a shuttle bus. 

In the middle of November, the workers staged violent demonstrations regarding salaries and working conditions.

Hundreds took out rallies and some clashed with anti-riot police and health workers. 

On Thursday, the company said that it is ending the close loop system.  

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