Bigang, The cases of corona virus in China seem to be on the rise again and the daily reported cases of covid in the country have now reached the highest level since the beginning of the epidemic.
According to official figures, more than 30 thousand new cases have been reported in the country in a single day. Many restrictions are being reimposed in China as cases continue to rise. At the same time, there was widespread resentment and friction between employees and policemen in Zhongzhou over several strict Covid regulations, including a lockdown and a pay dispute. Read international news here.
China had reported 31,454 cases on Wednesday, of which 27,517 were asymptomatic, the National Health Bureau said. Although the number of cases is relatively small compared to China’s vast population of 1.4 billion, under Beijing’s strict zero-covid policy, whole cities can be sealed off after few cases emerge, and people infected with the corona can be kept very safe. Strict quarantine.
A succession of restrictions and strict guidelines in China has left people exhausted and angry as the corona cases enter their third year. Continued sanctions have fueled sporadic protests and hit productivity levels in the country with the world’s second-largest economy.
The 31,454 daily cases now reported are far higher than the 29,390 reported in mid-April, when mega-city Shanghai was under severe lockdown and locals were forced to buy food and seek medical care. Had to struggle.
On the other hand, workers at the world’s largest factory in China were beaten and detained over a contract dispute amid restrictions due to the coronavirus. This is visible in some videos posted on social media on Wednesday and eyewitnesses have also given this information.
Videos from the Zhongzhou factory available on Chinese social media show thousands of masked protesters confronting police in white protective suits. One man was hit on the head with a stick and another was stripped with his hands tied behind his back. Posts on social media said the men were protesting for breach of contract. SS1MS