China Turns to Threats to Convince Citizens to Take Chinese-Made Coronavirus Vaccine

China Turns to Threats to Convince Citizens to Take Chinese-Made Coronavirus Vaccine


Local governments in China are increasingly imposing threatening policies meant to intimidate residents into receiving doses of Chinese-made coronavirus vaccines, resulting in at least one town issuing an official apology after threatening to ban unvaccinated people from supermarkets.

The town – Wangcheng, southern Hainan province – also issued notices stating that those who chose not to receive doses of Chinese coronavirus vaccines would appear on a “blacklist” that would prevent them from buying food or taking public transportation.

The incident follows growing reports, sourced to anonymous locals fearing political retribution, that Communist Party cadres have begun door-to-door campaigns to intimidate people into accepting vaccination, or have deemed it a “political task” required to maintain a healthy “social credit score.” The Chinese Communist Party issues every individual a social credit score, a numerical value based on their worth and loyalty to the state. Low social credit scores can result

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