China is looking back towards school closures and other lockdown measures as new COVID-19 outbreaks emerge in Shanghai and other megacities.

Chinese citizens were angered by the strict lockdown measures during the pandemic, with tens of millions of people still under strict measures in early September. Shanghai, Shenzen and other major cities are increasing mandatory testing in addition to the closure of entertainment venues and schools, Reuters reported Tuesday.

Shanghai requires all 16 districts to undergo mandatory testing twice a week until November 10. The city has 25 million residents.

The resurgence of COVID cases in major cities comes nearly a month after Chinese citizens expressed outrage at the regime’s ongoing relocation programs for those who test positive.

MORTAL EARTHQUAKE OF 6.8 magnitude SHAKES SOUTHWEST CHINA

A worker sprays disinfectant around the Huaqiangbei electronics market closed following the coronavirus outbreak in Shenzhen, Guangdong Province, South China on September 3, 2022. China has blocked 65 million citizens under severe COVID-restrictions. 19 and is discouraging domestic travel during upcoming national holidays.
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In this photo published by the Xinhua News Agency, health workers transfer patients to a safe area at the Shimian County Renmin Hospital in Ya'an City in the aftermath of an earthquake in Sichuan Province, Southwest China, Monday, September 5, 2022.

In this photo published by the Xinhua News Agency, health workers transfer patients to a safe area at the Shimian County Renmin Hospital in Ya’an City in the aftermath of an earthquake in Sichuan Province, Southwest China, Monday, September 5, 2022.
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CHINA CITY OF CHENGDU ON THE COVID BLOCK BETWEEN SPIKE

Chinese authorities transfer confirmed cases to COVID-19 camps as part of its “Zero COVID” policy, typically by bus. One such bus crashed on a mountain road in September, killing 27 people and injuring 20 others.

The bus crash quickly became the number one trending topic on China’s Twitter-like Weibo platform before it was buried by censorship.

In this photo published by Xinhua News Agency, workers work at the site of a temporary hospital under construction at the National Exhibition and Convention Center (Shanghai) in Shanghai, east China on Friday, April 8, 2022. (Ding Ting / Xinhua via AP)

In this photo published by Xinhua News Agency, workers work at the site of a temporary hospital under construction at the National Exhibition and Convention Center (Shanghai) in Shanghai, east China on Friday, April 8, 2022. (Ding Ting / Xinhua via AP)

Local police news of the accident announced, which collected 12,000 shares on social media. However, censors soon stepped in due to the backlash against China’s COVID-19 policies, and the incident was removed from the trending topic list.

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The World Health Organization has described China’s Zero-COVID policy as “unsustainable”, saying that recent variants of the virus are too contagious for quarantine policies to be successful.

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