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A surge in COVID-19 cases in China has left crematoriums working around the clock to cope with the influx of bodies.
Prices for medical supplies have skyrocketed as patients struggle to get a bed at overwhelmed hospitals, where doctors and nurses have pushed on despite being sick with COVID-19 themselves.
For many, the only option to protect themselves after catching the virus is to stay home.
The desperation now shrouding China bears an eerie resemblance to nearly three years ago when the COVID-19 pandemic first erupted in the country. With the communist regime’s abrupt abandonment of draconian virus curbs that had sporadically confined hundreds of millions in their homes, cases are again soaring, putting strains on China’s infrastructure, which appears vastly underprepared for what’s to come.
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