Residents Revolt Over Oppressive Covid Lockdowns in China

Protest against Covid lockdown in China.

Protest against Covid lockdown in China.
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People’s patience is now starting to break against the brutality of the zero covid policy made to prevent corona infection in China. In the southern Chinese city of Guangzhou, people defied the mandatory lockdown and rebelled against the policy. He also had a fierce clash with the police. In the video footage, angry people are seen overturning police vehicles. Many people also broke the barriers of Covid control.

Let me tell you, strict restrictions are imposed even if there are two or four cases of corona in any city in China. People’s anger has erupted in Guangzhou city against the lockdown imposed since 5 November. The people of Guangzhou publicly defied the lockdown in revolt against the draconian policies of the government and broke down barriers in the streets to “imprison” themselves in their homes.

He completely rejected the Corona rules of his leader Xi Jinping by coming on the road. Videos of the incident shared on social media showed a huge crowd celebrating the freedom to break the lockdown. They breached the barrier after dark in the evening. In one video, Corona workers are standing next to them wearing PPE kits and the barrier is being broken. During this, the protesting woman can be clearly heard saying that “we are rebelling”. Anti-riot police have been deployed in the city after these uproar.

Government removed the video
Such demonstrations are considered a very rare event in China. Although the Chinese government later removed the videos of the incident from social media, the administration is under heavy pressure regarding the zero-covid policy. In the last 24 hours, 5,100 cases of corona have been reported in Guangzhou city.

Lockdown in Peking University on infection spread in China
Chinese authorities on Wednesday closed Peking University in Beijing after a case of COVID-19 was detected. The government is sticking to its ‘zero-covid’ approach despite growing public discontent with the lockdown. A notice from the university said students and teachers would not be allowed to leave the grounds unless necessary and classes would be moved online at one campus by Friday. More than 350 cases were registered in Beijing in the last 24 hours.

Rumors about the trial
Many rumors are also spread regarding Kovid. There are also reports that Covid testing companies are exaggerating infections in their results. It is believed that companies are trying to promote the necessity of testing through this, so that more money can be earned. In the northern part of the country also, the pressure seems to be increasing due to the rumors related to the corona virus.

hoarding of drugs increased
Panicked by the situation, people have started hoarding Chinese medicines. It is being said that these indigenous medicines are helpful in preventing infection. The supply of things has also almost come to a standstill in the cities under lockdown. A large number of people rioted at Foxconn’s factory premises two weeks ago because of such rumours. Due to this, there were problems in the global supply of the Apple company’s smartphone iPhone.

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People’s patience is now starting to break against the brutality of the zero covid policy made to prevent corona infection in China. In the southern Chinese city of Guangzhou, people defied the mandatory lockdown and rebelled against the policy. He also had a fierce clash with the police. In the video footage, angry people are seen overturning police vehicles. Many people also broke the barriers of Covid control.

Let me tell you, strict restrictions are imposed even if there are two or four cases of corona in any city in China. People’s anger has erupted in Guangzhou city against the lockdown imposed since 5 November. The people of Guangzhou publicly defied the lockdown in revolt against the draconian policies of the government and broke down barriers in the streets to “imprison” themselves in their homes.

He completely rejected the Corona rules of his leader Xi Jinping by coming on the road. Videos of the incident shared on social media showed a huge crowd celebrating the freedom to break the lockdown. They breached the barrier after dark in the evening. In one video, Corona workers are standing next to them wearing PPE kits and the barrier is being broken. During this, the protesting woman can be clearly heard saying that “we are rebelling.” Anti-riot police have been deployed in the city after these uproar.

Government removed the video

Such demonstrations are considered a very rare event in China. Although the Chinese government later removed the videos of the incident from social media, the administration is under heavy pressure regarding the zero-covid policy. In the last 24 hours, 5,100 cases of corona have been reported in Guangzhou city.

Lockdown in Peking University on infection spread in China

Chinese authorities on Wednesday closed Peking University in Beijing after a case of COVID-19 was detected. The government is sticking to its ‘zero-covid’ approach despite growing public discontent with the lockdown. A notice from the university said students and teachers would not be allowed to leave the grounds unless necessary and classes would be moved online at one campus by Friday. More than 350 cases were registered in Beijing in the last 24 hours.

Rumors about the trial

Many rumors are also spread regarding Kovid. There are also reports that Covid testing companies are exaggerating infections in their results. It is believed that companies are trying to promote the necessity of testing through this, so that more money can be earned. In the northern part of the country also, the pressure seems to be increasing due to the rumors related to the corona virus.

hoarding of drugs increased

Panicked by the situation, people have started hoarding Chinese medicines. It is being said that these indigenous medicines are helpful in preventing infection. The supply of things has also almost come to a standstill in the cities under lockdown. A large number of people rioted at Foxconn’s factory premises two weeks ago because of such rumours. Due to this, there were problems in the global supply of the Apple company’s smartphone iPhone.

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