People suspected of having COVID confined to metal boxes in China
The people who are suspected of having COVID-19 are being confined to metal boxes in China, according to videos shared on social media.
These people are given wooden beds and a toilet and are forced to remain in the metal boxes for as long as two weeks.
In Xi'an, some residents were evicted at midnight and taken to quarantine facilities.
Few residents from cities under lockdown narrated their ordeal to the BBC saying they were part of a ‘big transfer’ of thousands of people to the camps.
Pregnant women, children and the elderly have also been sent to the camps in Xi’an in Central China’s Shaanxi Province and they are forced to stay there for as long as two weeks.
According to a report by the Daily Mail, 20 million have been confined to their homes in China and they can’t even leave their home even to buy food.