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Protests in China due to COVID-19: protesters set fire to a quarantine camp, — media (video)

The fire, according to social networks, occurred in an isolation camp where citizens with suspected of being infected with the coronavirus.

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In the Chinese city of Lanzhou, protesters set fire to one of the quarantine camps. The video was posted by one of the Reddit users.

The author in his publication does not specify when exactly the protesters set fire to the quarantine camp in Lanzhou County.

“The COVID-19 isolation camp in Lanzhou, China, is set on fire … Xi Jinping recently said not to contact the Chinese, otherwise it will end badly,” the user of the Chairman of the Celestial Empire trolls, against whom his own phrase played.

A similar video with a burning quarantine camp in Lanzhou was posted on Twitter by a verified user with 36,000 subscribers, Ben Q, editor-in-chief of the canning media platform El American. According to him, the fire in the building occurred against the backdrop of large-scale protests, during which local residents demand to ease restrictions due to COVID-19 and dismiss Chinese President Xi Jinping.

“No one welcomes this violence, but what other options do Chinese dissidents have against this tyrannical communist regime?” a user commented on the arson of a quarantine camp in Lanzhou.

You can also see in the video that rescue teams were at the scene trying to put out the fire .

It is worth noting that at the time of publication of the material, the authorities of the Celestial Empire did not officially comment on the information about the fire in the isolation camp.

Large-scale protests are taking place in several large cities of China at once, and the authorities had to transfer additional armored vehicles to Shanghai and Wuhan to suppress rallies. The protesters also began to demand the resignation of Chinese President Xi Jinping.