According to media reports, China has locked down at least 33 cities, affecting more than 65 million people. Prolonged and repeated lockdowns have left the public frustrated.

The Aolong Community in Longfeng District, Daqing city, has been closed for two weeks. Residents have run out of food.

Many people in ​​Daqing , Heilongjiang province, took to the streets to protest. They are demanding that authorities distribute supplies. Police arrived at the scene to quell the demonstration.

People said that they had nothing left to eat, and the government didn’t care about it. The police arrested some protesters, sparking public outrage.

Shenzhen locked down at least eight districts, affecting 11 million people, accounting for 90% of Shenzhen’s population.

Citizens have to wait in long lines to get nucleic acid tests. Many residents said they had to line up for three hours. Large numbers of people have to quarantine at night.

Shenzhen is like a dead city. Public discontent is nearing a boiling point over the city’s lockdown. 

A resident said, “Secretly weld iron bars at night; check nucleic acids, all negative, all roads are blocked in the early morning.”

A netizen said that he saw that the fence was pulled up a few meters nearby. These days are really exhausting physically and mentally, and he can’t see an end.Likewise, Chengdu, Shijiazhuang, Harbin, Guiyang, Tianjin, and other cities have also been closed for many days because of the pandemic.

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