Anger Mounts in Shanghai Over Censorship as Lockdown Restrictions Escalate and City Reports More COVID-19 Deaths
The patients who died had an average age of 88, all had underlying health conditions, and none had been vaccinated against COVID-19, according to the Shanghai government.
New measures include placing electronic door alarms to prevent those infected from leaving, as well as evacuating people to disinfect their homes—including those who have tested negative. Earlier this week, hundreds were forcibly evacuated from their homes to allow for buildings to be disinfected.
Meanwhile, a six-minute video titled Voice of April, describing the lockdown experience in Shanghai, has been widely circulating on Chinese social media despite censorship.
Shanghai’s lockdown is now entering its fifth week.
Destroying vegetables grown by local residents. Lockdown, food shortage…
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