‘Homeless’ on the highway

Keeping track: A policeman screening a truck driver at a highway toll gate after the Covid-19 outbreak in Fuxin, Liaoning province. — Reuters

RESTING in the cramped compartment, truck driver Xiao An (not his real name) has been stuck on a highway for the past few days.

He had nowhere to go and is left with just enough food for the next two days. He had earlier transported goods to a city in Jiangsu province after queueing for two days at toll plazas.

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