The Chinese population is not taking the restrictions so well in this new wave of infections.
While the rest of the world try to go back to normal and assume the pandemic as part of the day to day, obviously fighting against it, it seems that in China they are very clear about what they want check even the smallest case. protective measures for citizenshipwhich has been showing signs for some time that they can no longer bear this situation, is failing and this news is further evidence of it.
Hundreds of workers against the security of the main factories in Shanghai
starts to get done viral an video in which hundreds of workers they seem to be running from factories in Shanghai, as you can see below these lines, in Quanta Shanghai Manufacturing City, an industrial complex where the workers, in the same way that we talked about the conditions suffered within Tesla facilities, must remain under strict quarantine in their endless working hours.
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— 自由亚洲电台 (@RFA_Chinese) May 6, 2022
The images, as if it were the opening of a new amusement park, show employees of the main factories exit using the turnstilesas a person who wants to sneak into the subway without paying, and raffle to the overwhelmed security guards, which are not easy to distinguish as they are wearing anti-pollution suits. You can also see a Fight in the video, in what could be described as a revolt not likely to happen in the Asian country.
It seems that this event has its point of originjudging by the information collected by Reuters, when banned to the workers the back to their rooms after their turn has already ended. The mix between frustration by measures to prevent the spread of covid and the fear of new infections by those workers returning from the quarantine centers could have been the trigger for the altercations.
this gigantic complex of factories, which has an area of approximately 20 soccer fieldscurrently hosts around 40,000 workers. The bubble systemwhere workers go from their bedrooms to their workplaces and from work to their rooms, is Shanghai’s way of contain the virus without the economic activity suffering, even counting on a Supermarket to supply the tired and jaded workers.
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