HealthCorona havoc: China is forcibly putting people in iron...

Corona havoc: China is forcibly putting people in iron boxes, people forced to run away after saving their lives, watch video

-

- Advertisment -spot_img

New Delhi: Shocking videos have once again surfaced from China, where it has imposed many harsh rules on its citizens under the “zero covid” policy. Millions of people are being put under quarantine here while Beijing prepares to host next month’s Winter Olympics.

According to the Daily Mail report, people including pregnant women, children and the elderly are being forced to stay for two weeks in iron keels equipped with wooden beds and toilets, even though a single person has tested positive in their locality. .

In many areas, residents were told after midnight that they needed to leave their homes and go to quarantine centres.

Many videos posted on social media Twitter show how people are running away from home to avoid this new policy of the government.

However, in Tianjin city, the government has now sent thousands of people to COVID quarantine camps in hundreds of buses. In a video released on Twitter, it was told that if only one Covid case is found in your apartment building, all the residents of your building will be sent to COVID Quarantine Camps.

In China, the mandatory track-and-trace app means that close contacts are usually traced and quarantined quickly.

According to the report, about 20 million people are now imprisoned in their homes in China and banned from leaving their homes even to buy food.

This comes after a worrying case of a pregnant Chinese woman miscarrying after a strict lockdown delayed her access to medical treatment. The incident sparked a debate on the limits of China’s zero-tolerance approach to COVID-19.

Corona virus was first detected in China in 2019. He enforces a “dynamic zero” to contain the outbreak: strict lockdowns and immediate mass testing.

People in China may be banned from leaving their buildings or forced to stay inside hotel rooms if they are considered high-risk contacts.

first published:Jan. 13, 2022, 8:56 a.m.

.

Latest news

Madhya Pradesh got a big gift from the central government, Nitin Gadkari approved the project worth crores

Bhopal: Madhya Pradesh has got a big gift from the central government. For the state, Union Road and...

Gujarat: Two scavengers die while cleaning sewer in Surat

India Share:The incident took place in a residential building in Chalthan area of ​​Surat district. On Tuesday evening, a...

Syed Modi International: PV Sindhu reaches second round

Lucknow: Indian shuttler PV Sindhu advanced to the second round after winning the first round at the Syed...

34,199 new cases of COVID registered in Kerala, TPR reached 37 percent

Thiruvananthapuram: New cases of COVID-19 are increasing rapidly in Kerala for the last one week. 34,199 cases were...
- Advertisement -spot_imgspot_img

MP: Muslim man, Hindu woman traveling with Bajrang Dal activists deboarded the train

Share:The incident happened on January 14 at Ujjain railway station. It is alleged that Bajrang Dal workers also...

In the case of Delhi Police’s arrest without information, the court said – UP Police documents forged

Share:In September 2021, the UP Police had arrested her husband's brother and father without informing the Delhi Police in...

Must read

Gujarat: Two scavengers die while cleaning sewer in Surat

India Share:The incident took place in a residential building in...
- Advertisement -spot_imgspot_img

You might also likeRELATED
Recommended to you