China’s Lockdown of Millions Leaves Locals Being Denied Care, Basic Needs

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On a road damp with rain, in front of a neighborhood officials’ office in the Chinese metropolis of Shanghai, a kneeling woman’s heart-wrenching pleas for her dying husband tore through the frigid air.

“I beg you to please do some good deed,” the woman beseeched while crying. “I beg you to save my husband.”

Wearing a khaki jacket and black pants, she was in a kowtow position on the ground, heedless of the cold and wet. She repeatedly bent her head so low that it nearly touched the cement.

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