In this article published by CNN last July 27, 2022, Nectar Gan reports on the latest move by authorities in Wuhan to shut down the city’s Jiangxia district after detecting four asymptomatic COVID cases.
Jiangxia is home to more than 970,000 people and is one of the main urban areas of the city. According to local authorities, the move is to “further reduce the flow of people, lower the risk of cross-infection and achieve dynamic zero-Covid in the shortest time possible”.
Editor’s Note: China is keeping up the pretense that zero-COVID works. By doing so, it is keeping lockdowns as a “viable” option for curbing COVID.
As an exercise, we encourage our readers to check out the full article. Is CNN criticizing China’s zero-COVID approach? Is there any indication in the article that lockdowns have been proven to be ineffective and harmful for countries? [Read Stanford’s Dr. John Ioannidis destroys the Covid lockdown narrative, Sweden was right: No need for lockdowns, universal masking, Dr. Knut Wittkowski: Lockdowns are creating a new epidemic, Wall Street Journal: Lockdowns made pandemic suffering worse than necessary].
Why is the mainstream media silent about the 2022 study showing that lockdowns barely made a dent to COVID cases? Why don’t they talk about the huge damage caused by these lockdowns on our societies and communities? [Read World’s Economic Meltdown Are Rooted In 2020 Lockdowns, Great Reset: China’s lockdowns affecting global supply chains, Deadly hepatitis among children linked to lockdown, What happens to children’s immune systems after a year of lockdowns and social distancing?, More Children Infected With Multiple Viral Infections Due To Impaired Immune Systems, Over a million cancer deaths could result due to lockdowns].
The refusal of health authorities, doctors, and scientists to condemn the use of lockdowns despite its “ineffectiveness” and damaging impacts is proof that they plan to use it again in the future.
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