In just one day, the pandemic broke out in 28 provinces in mainland China. When COVID spread to Beijing, anti-epidemic officers searched for persons with a travel history in previous outbreak areas and dragged them to isolation wards.
According to Vision Times’ statistics, more than 500,000 people in Beijing’s high-risk areas are monitored, as are more than 4,000 in high-and medium-risk areas.
The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has suspended public venues such as Beijing Universal Studios, City Avenue, etc. In addition, according to the official website of the Beijing Municipal Health Commission, Peking University Hospital has suspended fever and emergency clinics.
According to figures reported on the official website of China’s National Health Commission, on October 27, there were 1,337 new local cases in 31 provinces, led by Fujian with 176 cases.
The setting of risk zones is to limit people’s freedom. According to China’s official regulations, residents in high-risk areas “don’t leave their homes,” residents in controlled and monitored medium-risk areas, and residents in low-risk areas are prohibited from “gathering.”
Previously, on October 21, Xining city, Qinghai province, was suddenly closed without notice. People need more time to prepare food reserves. Food prices in the community increased rapidly, and many people could not afford to buy food. Everywhere is hunger.
A person with the Pseudonym Li told The Epoch Times China that she was admitted to the isolation center on September 17 and cross-infected on October 22. During the first four days of being diagnosed with COVID, she received no medical assistance from the hospital; After that, she was given Chinese traditional medicine. She added that eight mothers in her quarantine area also cross-contaminated like her.
Another resident revealed on October 27 that his grandmother was in the hospital, and the hospital staff did not allow relatives to take care of her. Then, early in the morning on the third day of hospitalization, she suddenly died without being able to see any relatives.
A person with the Pseudonym Dong told The Epoch Times China, “Many people have nothing to eat. There is an old man who lives alone. His grandson wanted to deliver food. And the anti-epidemic workers refused. It’s true. He starved to death.”
She added: “In the cabin, you have to pay for the food, and (the meal) is not hot. Dabai’s attitude is terrible, and no one cares about the life or death of the quarantined person.”
Another resident told the Epoch Times reporter that because he posted a video about the Xining pandemic on the internet, “The Security Department threatened me and asked me to delete the video.”