(Joe Hoft) People are reportedly lining up for hours in China to obtain money from their bank accounts in China. The large cities of Henan, Shanghai, and Dandong are three cities where the lines are long.
(Gabrielle Reyes) Shanghai’s government on Thursday began installing electronic door alarms on some residences to prevent people from leaving their homes while the city’s entire populace remains under a state-mandated Chinese coronavirus lockdown, China’s state-run Global Times reported on Friday.
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(Gabrielle Reyes) Shanghai’s Chinese coronavirus lockdown, which began in full on April 5 and applies to all of the city’s roughly 26 million residents, has caused “doubt, anxiety and fatigue” among the financial hub’s populace, China’s state-run Global Times acknowledged on Friday.
(Sophie Mann) Residents in the China city of Shanghai are now clashing with police over government-imposed COVID-19 lockdowns that have essentially kept residents inside of their dwelling and are now entering a third straight week.
(Frances Martel) Videos surfacing on social media in the past week from Shanghai – and rapidly deleted on government-controlled sites like Weibo – show mounting desperation as a poorly planned coronavirus lockdown leaves the heart of China’s economy with rotting food and a lack of basic necessities.
(Just the News staff) China on Monday in its most extensive COVID-19 lockdown since the pandemic started has effectively shuttered Shanghai to conduct mass virus testing and control a growing outbreak in the country’s largest city and financial capital.