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Bus accident triggers criticism of zero-Covid

The deaths of 27 people in a crash have sparked criticism of China’s zero-Covid policy. The victims were passengers on a bus that crashed Sunday morning on its way to a quarantine facility in Guizhou province. Another 20 people were injured. People subsequently complained on social media about the internment of those who tested positive and their contacts in isolation facilities – until all critical comments were deleted by the censors.

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