Video footage of recent and current lockdowns in major Chinese cities. The videos show city districts getting closed off, often without advance notice; mandatory mass PCR testing of millions of people; newly built isolation facilities; apartment doors getting sealed and building doors getting welded shut; people in closed off buildings crying for food, or jumping out of the window to their death.
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A Shanghai fruit shop owner refused to allow his shop to be disinfected.
The local government authorities decided the best response was to destroy the entire shop’s inventory of fresh produce.
February 5, 2021
Zhaotong Road, Huangpu District, Shanghai pic.twitter.com/IGMYjJjacz
— Things China Doesn’t Want You To Know (@TruthAbtChina) February 7, 2021
Unannounced mandatory testing continues in Hong Kong. Locals have coined these events ‘ambush lockdowns’.
The man is saying, “This area has been sealed off. Residents are required to take a test. Staff will come & knock on your door…”
February 6, 2021
To Kwa Wan neighborhood pic.twitter.com/ox9Zzya7d1
— Things China Doesn’t Want You To Know (@TruthAbtChina) February 6, 2021
This is an excellent overview of the ongoing lockdown situation in northeast China. It also confirms several of the videos I tweeted over the past 3 weeks. pic.twitter.com/r92VDKemCj
— Things China Doesn’t Want You To Know (@TruthAbtChina) February 5, 2021
Thousands of isolation units (aka jail cells) have been built in Hebei Province, with 2600 in Xingtai City alone.
Anyone who may have had contact with a confirmed case is brought to these quarantine facilities at their own expense, where they will live for up to 21 days. pic.twitter.com/kzkF8EOiZW
— Things China Doesn’t Want You To Know (@TruthAbtChina) February 2, 2021
Listen to the residents of Tonghua after they have been locked down for over a week with no prior warning to stock up.
This is also 2 days after the mayor apologized for the food shortage and promised to boost delivery to meet demand.