The extreme epidemic prevention policy implemented by the CCP has been criticized by public opinion. According to information disclosed by many citizens, anti-epidemic personnel from many places have come to kill people, and the items of citizens' homes have been ruined, and some citizens' properties have even been looted.
At a press conference on May 10, officials in Shanghai to explain the damage to valuables in citizens' homes due to door-to-door killings . The authorities said that before the household disinfection operation, community staff communicated with the public.
According to the official statement, whether residents' homes are disinfected requires the consent of the owners. However, it is not.
A video shows, "The neighborhood committee of Jiaxing Road Street in Shanghai requires residents to hand over their keys and enter their homes for sterilization, but it does not guarantee property safety. The same is true for negative (nucleic acid tests), and they are not allowed to go home if they do not agree."
Tong Zhiwei, a professor of constitutional law at the East China University of Political Science and Law in Shanghai, recently posted on a social platform that no institution in Shanghai has the right to force citizens to hand over their residential keys and enter their homes for "disinfecting". He believes that epidemic prevention and protection of citizens' rights and freedoms must be balanced, and state organs and officials at all levels must not undermine the legal system for convenience.
Several online videos showed that official epidemic prevention personnel came to disinfect them, and all indoor items were cleaned with disinfectant, including clothing, bedding and food in the refrigerator. Many items were sprayed with disinfectant and discarded.
The Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of China held a meeting on May 5. The meeting called for "winning the battle to defend Shanghai" and adhering to the "dynamic clearing" policy. On the 6th, the Shanghai authorities held a mobilization meeting. The authorities demanded that officials at all levels "should issue military orders at every level", and at the same time demanded to carry out operations such as sweeping buildings, streets, and knocking on doors, so as to ensure that no household or one person was left behind.
It is not only Shanghai that conducts door-to-door disinfecting, other cities have also adopted similar extreme epidemic prevention measures.
A video shows that a female owner went home in isolation and found that the house was in a mess, the items in the home were thrown all over the floor, food and other materials were lost, and the owner was crying with anger.
According to another video, a resident of Dalian 's Xingfu ejia community was locked in a square cabin for isolation because the official said he was a "close contact". When he came back from the square cabin, he found that many things at home were lost, including 6,000 yuan. He went to the community committee and the property management, and the relevant departments were not responsible.
Shanghai internet writer Zhang Lixin (pseudonym) told The Epoch Times: "Today I saw in the group that Ye Huixian, a well-known host of Shanghai TV station, has worked for the Communist Party for decades. He has collected many ancient cultural relics and books. If the epidemic prevention personnel arrive When he came to disinfect him, all the antiquities were destroyed as soon as the potion was sprayed, and even the anti-epidemic personnel took a few pieces. So Ye Huixian said, if he came to my house to disinfect, I would jump from the upstairs."
Zhang Lixin said: "For officials, the people's living materials are not the first priority. What they worry about is the personal black gauze hat. Therefore, if the higher level formulates any policy, the lower level officials will intensify their efforts and increase their weight."