Chinese officials are forcing people to get vaccinated, even though Beijing says it’s not required. Residents who don’t want to get the shot may face retaliation from officials.
A video shows a group of authorities forcing a farmer away from his field to get the vaccine.
Heavy rains strike in Henan Province. The downpour led to road collapse there.
Beijing is keeping an eye on celebrities and their online fans, as the regime clamps down on a number of domestic business sectors—a move insiders say carries political goals.
Counterfeit products from China surface in the United States. Customs and Border Protection seized nearly 40,000 fake designer products from China in just a month—goods that would be worth $50 million, if genuine.
00:53 China authorities force VAX on elderly, sick
03:00 Video: Chinese farmer forced to get vaccine
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04:31 Why do CCP officials force people to get VAX?
05:22 Heavy rains continue in central China
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16:06 Fake Chinese goods seized at U.S. airport
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