Shanghai: Corona continues to wreak havoc in China. Sanctions were tightened in China’s two largest cities on Monday to prevent the spread of the corona virus. Which caused outrage among the people. Questions are also being raised over China’s Zero Covid policy against Corona.
People took Corona under house arrest
LockDown has been running in Shanghai for 6 consecutive weeks. It is said that restrictions have been tightened here to prevent the transition. However, no official announcement has been made in this regard. It is said that people in four of Shanghai’s 16 districts have been given notice that they cannot go out of the house or even take delivery. However, previously people were allowed to move out of their homes in a residential area.
They are more afraid of this policy than the Corona virus: the locals
Opposition groups called for a boycott of the assembly on Sunday. According to Shanghai residents, they look like a prison. We are more afraid of their policy than the Corona virus. Beijing has also announced tougher sanctions so far. All citizens in the southwest were denied entry on Monday.
Impact of Strict Sanctions on China’s Economy
All activities related to the spread of the virus have also been banned. As well as in other areas people have been told to work from home. Some restaurants and public transport have also been closed. Not only that, many buildings and parks have also been sealed. It is also being said that China’s tough sanctions are having an impact on its economy.
China’s export growth at worst in two years
According to data released on Monday, China’s export growth has reached its worst level in almost two years. Not only that, but other businesses in China have also been affected by the corona. China, on the other hand, is adamant that its Zero Covid policy is to fight Corona. The first case of corona was also found in Wuhan, China. The administration has warned people against criticizing the policy. He says the policy is to save lives.
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