Chinese Regime Locks Down World’s Largest Wholesale Hub Under its Zero-COVID Policy

Container handlers transport containers at the railway port in Yiwu, Zhejiang Province, China on April 15, 2017. (Reuters)

The Chinese communist regime has locked down the world’s largest wholesale market—Yiwu City in China’s Zhejiang Province, since April 27 due to a COVID-19 outbreak. Experts believe that the regime’s implementation of the extreme “zero-COVID” policy in the “world’s small commodity capital” will bring a new blow to the global supply chain.

According to a statement posted on Yiwu’s city government’s official social media WeChat account, after 3 local COVID-19 cases were found, authorities ordered all residents not to leave their residential complexes or villages. They closed schools and prevented people from entering public places, government agencies, enterprises, and institutions across the city without a negative nucleic acid certificate within the past 24 hours.

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