According to New Tang Ren China, a locked-down university in Zhengzhou, Henan province, installed a high-voltage grid on the fence. At a closed school in Suining, Sichuan, elementary and middle school students were called up at 2 a.m. for nucleic acid testing.

Videos and photos posted on the internet show an electric grid installed above the fence of Zhengzhou University of Economics and Finance. The warning signs on the power grid read, “Danger of high voltage, do not climb.”

Since the CCP initiated “epidemic prevention and control,” similar electric grids have been installed in communities in many parts of the country. However, some state media quoted authorities as saying that these devices were only electronic fences with high-voltage pulses and no direct current; they do not threaten the lives of those coming into contact with the electric current.

In many places, universities are closed. The long shutdown led to frequent student protests.

Recently, a photo of a banner hanging outside the dormitory went viral online. It allegedly came from a student at the Taiyuan University of Technology in Shanxi province.

The banner writes, “Protests solve extreme problems in one-way, give me back my youth, release the blockade, release the blockade, release the blockade.”

According to New Tang Ren China, the school’s students reported that since February this year, they have been locked in the school for half a year.

A video shows Suining Lvran International School in Suining City, Sichuan, has been closed. All students in the school are called at 2 a.m. to line up for nucleic acid testing.

In the video, sleepy children are lining up outside in the rain to take a covid test.

According to public information, Suining Luran International School is an inter-level school consisting of an elementary school, a middle school, and a high school.

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