Man in China Dragged Out of Home After Refusing to Go to Quarantine

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Earlier this week, a video popped up on social media of a man being dragged out of his home by health officials. The incident happened in Hangzhou, a city southwest of Shanghai. The video quickly went viral, and triggered a large amount of criticism from netizens.

The video shows a man who is trying to resist two men in white hazmat suits. The man clings to the sofa and screams. The two men eventually force the man to give in. The man then goes down the stairs after several minutes of struggle.

It’s not exactly known how the man got dragged out of his house, but the incident is still going viral. The viral video is being shared on social media platforms such as Twitter and Instagram. Several people have criticized China’s approach to dealing with the Corona virus.

In response to the viral video, the Chinese government has reportedly lifted restrictions on COVID-19 infections. They have also reopened a number of businesses. However, the virus remains a scourge in China. A Chinese official has visited Wuhan, the epicenter of the outbreak, and posted videos on Twitter and Instagram.

China has been at the forefront of the Covid-19 pandemic. It’s a disease that has killed more than 700 people in mainland China. It has also put millions to sleep.

China’s state media has used the phrase “hazmat suit enforcers” to describe these officials since the virus first emerged in Wuhan in 2020. They are also known for their brutal treatment of protesters.

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