Meanwhile In China, “Residents Forcibly Taken Away After Refusing To Be Quarantined”

Zero Hedge – by Tyler Durden

Radio Free Asia (RFA) has tweeted a disturbing video on its Twitter account Tuesday morning detailing how some residents in Kunshan, Jiangsu, a city in southeastern Jiangsu province with Shanghai bordering its eastern border and Suzhou on its west, are forcibly removing people from their homes who refuse to be quarantined.

RFA said (in a translated tweet): “[Residents of Kunshan, Jiangsu refused to be quarantined] [Forcibly taken away by staff members] Online circulated clips, a group of personnel wearing protective clothing of “Kunshan City Governance” went to a household to persuade the residents to prepare for packing to be isolated, but the head of household refused to cooperate. The staff then entered the house and took the residents one by one and sent them to the ambulance. The male head of the household questioned the staff members for breaking the law and fiercely resisted. During this period, the staff members’ protective clothing was broken and they tried to hide under the car.”

Local media, QQ.COM, reported that some residents in Jiangsu were being locked in their homes by authorities.

Several videos document how authorities mounted metal tubing across people’s front doors to prevent them from leaving.

In one video, it shows a person inside an apartment, who can’t leave because authorities mounted metal piping across the door frame.

https://twitter.com/PacoHk/status/1222517499951927302

As of Monday night, total confirmed cases of coronavirus in China exceeded 20,500, deaths hit 425 (427 if we count two deaths abroad), and 171,329 cases under observation.

China has shut down over a dozen cities and made it mandatory that more than 50 million people stay home while the virus runs its course.

https://www.zerohedge.com/geopolitical/residents-hauled-away-after-refusing-be-quarantined-new-accounts-china-detail-virus

 

2 thoughts on “Meanwhile In China, “Residents Forcibly Taken Away After Refusing To Be Quarantined”

  1. ‘The staff then entered the house and took the residents one by one and sent them to the ambulance. The male head of the household questioned the staff members for breaking the law and fiercely resisted. During this period, the staff members’ protective clothing was broken and they tried to hide under the car.” So China has a law against breaking and entering by ‘staff’ …..

    only one guy in the video wearing eye protection
    sure hope that woman has enough food in her apartment to ride the storm

  2. “As of Monday night, total confirmed cases of coronavirus in China exceeded 20,500, deaths hit 425 (427 if we count two deaths abroad), and 171,329 cases under observation.“

    So it only took them two weeks to confirm what I’ve been saying since it all started. The number of people infected are in the tens of thousands, not a measly hundred or so. Typical.

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