Protests across China as anger mounts over zero-Covid policy
ngry crowds took to the streets in Shanghai early on Sunday, and videos on social media showed protests in other cities across China, as public opposition to the government's hardline zero-Covid policy mounts. China is the last major economy wedded to a zero-Covid strategy, with authorities wielding snap lockdowns, lengthy quarantines and mass testing to snuff out new outbreaks as they emerge.
'Down With Xi', 'End The Lockdown': Protests Against Covid Curbs Spread Like Wildfire Across Chinese Cities
China Lockdown: Protests Against COVID-19 Curbs Continue to Spread, This image grab taken from AFP video footage and posted on November 23, 2022 shows workers at Foxconn’s iPhone factory in Zhengzhou in central China Latest Lockdown Updates at news18.com
Shanghai hit by COVID protests as anger spreads across China
Protests simmered in Shanghai early on Sunday, as residents in several Chinese cities, many of them angered by a deadly fire in the country's far west, pushed back against heavy COVID-19 curbs nearly three years into the pandemic.
Anti-lockdown protests spread across China amid growing anger at zero-Covid strategy
Crowd denounces Communist party in standoff with Shanghai police while campus messages urge people to ‘not stay silent’ after deadly fire blamed on restrictions
Protests of strict COVID-19 lockdown measures hit Shanghai, Beijing
Protests against China's strict 'zero-COVID' policies resurfaced in Shanghai and Beijing on Sunday afternoon, continuing a round of demonstrations that have spread across the country since a deadly apartment fire in the northwestern city of Urumqi led to questions over such rigid anti-virus measures.
Protests against China's COVID-19 measures held in Shanghai and Beijing
Protests in China against heavy COVID-19 curbs spread to Shanghai on Sunday, with demonstrators also gathering at one of Beijing's most prestigious universities after a deadly fire in the country's far west sparked widespread anger.