Break in Residents Homes to Disinfect, Privacy & Private Property Trampled | Massive Disinfection

Break in Residents Homes to Disinfect, Privacy & Private Property Trampled | Massive Disinfection

Break in Residents Homes to Disinfect, Privacy & Private Property Trampled | Massive Disinfection

The Dynamic Zero-COVID policy is still being adhered to throughout China. The practice of entering residents' homes for disinfection and sterilization has been adopted by many local governments. May 12, Liao-Ning Province, Dan-Dong City, the epidemic prevention and control command held a mobilization meeting and gave the order that, disinfection work and epidemic prevention work must proceed in parallel. The official Dandong WeChat account issued an announcement on the same day saying that terminal disinfection must be carried out on the residence before the recovered person returns home. The owner of the household must be informed before the terminal disinfection is carried out, and the community personnel must obtain the key or combination to the door so as to enter the home; if the home cannot be entered by normal means, the professional staff will take the technical measures to unlock the door to enter the home. Doors will be re-locked after the disinfection.

Vehicles and Dabai’s spraying disinfectants in large areas and at high intensity are seen everywhere in many areas of China. The large amount of disinfectants, whether sprayed in residents' homes or on roads and parks, eventually will enter the environment. There is not enough scientific research to support the effectiveness of disinfectant spraying in the control of new coronaviruses, especially the mysterious Omicron variant. People are simply following instructions from their superiors, and routinely make determined moves to support the top officials of the Communist Party, just to please and satisfy their leaders psychologically. Of course, the disinfectant sprayed is a dangerous chemical, and the main ingredient is still chlorine as talked about earlier. These disinfectants will end up in the natural environment, in rivers, in groundwater, and eventually in the tap water that people drink, so the people are the ones who suffer in the end. However, the companies that produce the disinfectant will reap huge profits once again.