In China, one is required to self-isolate at home for 7 days if the health code on their phone turns red. This is the next step for the QR codes, which many have already downloaded onto their phones to show proof of vaccination.
A young woman in China was recently left stranded when her health code turned red. Because she came into contact with someone who tested positive for the CCP virus, she was ordered by her company to go home
Taxi drivers refused to give her a ride home. She was prohibited from taking any form of public transportation. Carrying too much luggage to walk or take a bicycle ride-share, she was left stranded.
Her office refused to provide any assistance; the police refused to provide any assistance; she even called the city’s hotline, which told her to get help from family and friends. Because of her “secondary close contact” status nobody could offer assistance without themselves having to go into quarantine.
She tried calling an ambulance and was reprimanded for doing so.
Ambulances are for emergencies only, and since she was healthy
no ambulance would take her.
When your QR code shows you’ve been in contact with someone who’s tested positive for Covid, you won’t have access to transportation.
You won’t have access to supermarkets to buy food and supplies.
No one will be able to help you without themselves being forced into quarantine.
A zero tolerance policy will leave people out in the cold, with no options for survival. Don’t comply with vaccine passports; don’t download the QR codes.
A Secondary Close Contact of the CCP Virus in China Describes How She Was Left Stranded
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