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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Line to get the vaccine in Shanghai.
March 27, 2021
Minhang Stadium pic.twitter.com/nX3Oafhiz3
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Anyone who may have had contact with someone who tested positive for the #CCPvirus is forced to live in this quarantine facility for 3 weeks at their own expense. They are charged 300 Yuan ($46 USD) per day.
March 8, 2021
Xishuangbanna Dai Autonomous Prefecture, Yunnan Province pic.twitter.com/tImc0WO93v
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It's New Year's Eve in China. This is how some locked down communities in northeast China are celebrating tonight.
The word "jiāyóu" you hear literally means "add oil". It is often used to show encouragement to stay strong in the face of adversity.
February 11, 2021 pic.twitter.com/W8m2tZ4Apf
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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
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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
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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
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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
— Go Follow My New Account (@TruthAbtChina2) 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.
January 26, 2021
Tonghua, Jilin Province pic.twitter.com/gJBnaG2QY5
— Go Follow My New Account (@TruthAbtChina2) January 28, 2021
Beijing shut down their public transportation system due to the coronavirus. Now people have to walk to work and wait in line for hours at various checkpoints.
Meanwhile, the CCP claims there were only 4 new cases in Beijing yesterday.
January 26, 2021
Chaobai Friendship Bridge pic.twitter.com/lLUxFHoGn7
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2/ In some communities, they weld the main entrances to the building. In other communities, they seal each individual apartment.
A family on the 6th floor ran out of food. Luckily, their neighbors on the 4th floor were able to help.
January 23, 2021
Tonghua City, Jilin Province pic.twitter.com/toyorv4xqO
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2/ How to walk your dog from the third floor while you're under CCP-style lockdown.
January 24, 2021
Suihua City, Heilongjiang Province pic.twitter.com/cdA6ycc5uI
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If you're in Beijing and the CCP hasn't welded you inside your home yet, then you're probably standing in line in a government-mandated super-spreader event.
Wangfujing Shopping Area, Beijing
January 22, 2021 pic.twitter.com/NsgtxQn8mY
— Go Follow My New Account (@TruthAbtChina2) January 22, 2021
The entire district of Gaocheng (775K people) is under mandatory lockdown. Someone from this building disobeyed quarantine orders so the CCP welded the building shut.
January 18, 2021
Gaocheng District, Shijiazhuang, Hebei Province pic.twitter.com/7h4ZIgEYqb
— Go Follow My New Account (@TruthAbtChina2) January 18, 2021
The panic-buying continues today. This is due to a combination of food shortages as a result of the record-breaking floods last summer and hoarding in case of forced mandatory lockdowns. The severity of the food shortage is not yet known.
January 16, 2021
Weinan City, Shaanxi pic.twitter.com/ecwSiMEWA2
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A security guard monitoring a locked down community in China makes his rounds on a loudspeaker, "Shut up and stay put. We'll crush your teeth and legs if you do otherwise."
Shijiazhuang, capital of Hebei
January 2021 pic.twitter.com/fdNstf8fVk
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The CCP is welding people inside their apartments again.
January 11, 2020
Liaodongwan Street, Bayuquan District, Yingkou City, Liaoning Province pic.twitter.com/9UPn1esrkt
— Go Follow My New Account (@TruthAbtChina2) January 11, 2021
People have been escaping quarantined communities in the recent lockdowns in China. In response, the CCP is putting a seal on the door of each apartment. The stickers say: If the seal is broken, there will be legal consequences.
Dec 31, 2020 thru Jan 7, 2021 pic.twitter.com/SkxSEbuFi7
— Go Follow My New Account (@TruthAbtChina2) January 9, 2021
There is a new outbreak in Yingkou, which Chinese state media is attributing to 4 "imported cases" on Friday and 2 more "imported" today.
Whether or not they are imported, the CCP is locking down communities where the confirmed cases had contact.
Jan 9, 2021
Yingkou, Liaoning pic.twitter.com/J9ebfq7tVD
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The entire province of Hebei, which surrounds Beijing, has declared 'wartime mode'.
Video shows just one of the lines to get into Beijing. No vehicles with license plates from Shijiazhuang can enter. All 11M people in Shijiazhuang are underging mandatory testing.
Jan 6, 2021 pic.twitter.com/ZaEut7UakW
— Go Follow My New Account (@TruthAbtChina2) January 6, 2021
Shenyang city recently entered 'wartime status'. Two-part video:
1) Trucks labeled "Chinese PLA CDC Support Vehicle" bring personnel and equipment to lock down communities.
2) CCP police respond to a woman trying to escape a quarantined area.
January 4, 2021
Shenyang, Liaoning pic.twitter.com/nWidpNWKN6
— Go Follow My New Account (@TruthAbtChina2) January 4, 2021
Video shows people crying for food because they've been locked down for days.
In the morning a man tried to leave to get food but was stopped by a guard who said it's not their job to provide food and threatened to call the police.
Jinzhou District, Dalian
December 28-29, 2020 pic.twitter.com/KXYdIxXKON
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There are more than 21 million people being tested in Beijing.
The man taking the video says that on December 28th they came to the State Bureau for Letters and Calls for testing.
December 28, 2020
— Go Follow My New Account (@TruthAbtChina2) December 29, 2020
Some workers at Shanghai Pudong International Airport tested positive for the coronavirus, so they tried to force thousands of people into the parking garage for mandatory testing.
The people weren't happy about it. Many escaped.
November 22, 2020 pic.twitter.com/XpRi5WUqPi
— Go Follow My New Account (@TruthAbtChina2) November 22, 2020