I lived through China's COVID lockdowns for the best part of three years - it's a miserable existence

Credit: Sky News- Published on November 28, 2022
I was part of a Sky News team on the ground in Wuhan when the world's first COVID-19 lockdown was announced, in January 2020.

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Published on November 27, 2022 -  05:52
Protests grow throughout China over COVID-19 lockdowns
Unrest is growing in China over strict COVID-19 lockdown measures. Protests have broken out in several parts of the country, including in the Xinjiang region, where many people have been barred from leaving their homes for more than three months. Protests in the regional capital Urumqi came after an apartment block fire killed ten people. Some residents say the restrictions on movement hampered rescue efforts. Growing frustration over the lockdowns almost three years after the pandemic broke out is increasingly putting Beijing's 'Zero-Covid' policy under pressure.

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