Several months after the lockdown ended in April 2020, store owners in Wuhan, China turn to a flea market app in order to pay living costs among an economy fundamentally changed by the coronavirus. Many sell their goods at a major loss, others offer unusual services, or go so far as to sell their pets in order to somehow get by. Though the government has reported an improved GDP, the outlook among residents of Wuhan remains a bleak one.
A store owner sells his bags at a loss on the app
A man whose father was infected by COVID-19 closing up shop