According to Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, China’s Covid policy is simply unsustainable due to the nature of the virus. On the Chinese “Twitter” site, Weibon posted Tedros’ criticism, which sparked a wave of sarcastic comments from users. It’s also a Weibo hashtag, Gebreesus name censorshipHe wrote that videos and photos of the WHO opinion have been removed from the platform, although posts linked to his name are still visible. management forum.
WHO Director of Emergencies Mike Ryan said:
This Covid policy is more harmful than the virus itself.
Ryan also noted that 15,000 deaths have been reported in China since the virus first emerged in Wuhan in late 2019 – a relatively low number compared to 1 million in the United States and more than 500,000 in India.
Since the beginning of the year, many Chinese cities – from Shanghai, the financial center to the capital, to Beijing – have been subjected to some kind of lockdown. In some parts of the Northeast, farmers need a “spring crop certificate” in order to work their arable land. A farmer has been arrested for violating Covid restrictions, even though he was working alone in his field.
Responsible transportation drivers are being booked to prevent the spread of the virus in residential areas, but residents who buy food may return They can’t go back to their apartmentsChildren are separated from their parents. There were also times when highways were closed at short notice and many drivers were stuck in their trucks for days on the roads. In some parts of Shanghai, residents are suffering from food shortages and others are not getting treatment in hospital because they are not receiving the permission they need due to their chronic and fatal illness. In Shanghai, a man “fell” from a building after he ran out of antidepressants.
like that we wroteChina is already preparing to significantly increase its public debt so that it can maintain its planned economic growth despite the shortfall.
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