China Insists 'No Lockdown' for Genocide Olympics as More Regions Go Under

China Insists 'No Lockdown' for Genocide Olympics as More Regions Go Under


Organizing officials for the 2022 Winter Olympics said Tuesday the Games’ host city, Beijing, has no plans to lock down any sections of the capital to prevent the spread of the Chinese coronavirus during the event — scheduled to take place from February 4 through February 20 — despite mounting lockdowns in surrounding areas.

“Beijing won’t need to be sealed off for the Games next month,” Huang Chun, who leads the 2022 Winter Olympics’ coronavirus prevention efforts, told reporters on January 11, adding that a lockdown order for either Beijing or its surrounding province of Hebei remains “off the table” for now.

“The overall situation remains under control,” he said of Beijing’s current coronavirus caseload.

Huang suggested preliminary efforts by the 2022 Winter Olympics organizing committee

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