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Draconian Lockdown Measures in Northern Chinese City Causes Food Shortage Crisis and Tragedies

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Draconian Lockdown Measures in Northern Chinese City Causes Food Shortage Crisis and Tragedies

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Amid the latest COVID-19 outbreak in northern China, a food shortage crisis and tragic incidents have been reported in Tonghua city, Jilin Province after local authorities abruptly locked down communities on Jan. 18 to curb the spread of the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus. The harsh lockdown measures have contributed to violence and suicides, according to residents who spoke with The Epoch Times. Store Clerk Attacked On Jan. 24, a Twitter video circulated on Chinese social media which showed a knife-wielding man attacking a store clerk after the clerk refused to sell him products. Chen Tian (pseudonym), a Tonghua resident, confirmed the incident with The Epoch Times. “The young man’s home was one of the first to be sealed near my grandma’s neighborhood. The family was probably locked inside their home for almost a month and ran out of supplies. On Jan. 22, (the man) climbed over the fence, and …

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