Real Scene of Shanghai’s Reopening | Fleeing Shanghai | Lockdown

Real Scene of Shanghai’s Reopening | Fleeing Shanghai | Lockdown

Real Scene of Shanghai’s Reopening | Fleeing Shanghai | Lockdown

Despite the fact that there were more than 700 cases of local infections per day, after more than 40 days of lockdown in Shanghai, officials claim that all current cases were found in lockdown and control zones. On May 17, Shanghai officials couldn’t wait and announced that all 16 districts had reached “Social Zero Covid”, and that normal production and life would resume by mid- to late-June at the latest.

But what's the real scene?

People in zones of all three categories are still subject to strict control measures such as "sealed off at home" and "do not leave the neighborhood", and they are subject to frequent nucleic acid testing. In fact, Shanghai, a city of about 25 million people, has less than 7% of its population under the reopening that the authorities claim. The authority’s so-called "reopening" is completely lip service. Instead of reopening the areas that were locked down, more stringent measures have been taken.

While most countries around the world are "living with the virus," the Chinese Communist Party still insists on imposing a dynamic zero-COVID policy on people at all costs. The world is concerned about the one-size-fits-all city lockdowns, the massive Nucleic acid testing at any time and anywhere, the frequency of secondary damages, and the tragedy of humanitarian disasters. The news of Shanghai's reopening is just like an act, and the "resumption of business and the market" is still just empty talk.