China’s Covid lockdown: Police officer pushes woman to ground as she tries to get father’s medicine

The Telegraph published this video item, entitled “China’s Covid lockdown: Police officer pushes woman to ground as she tries to get father’s medicine” – below is their description.

A woman driving to collect her father’s medication was stopped and pushed by a police officer at a Covid checkpoint.

The woman, identified only by her surname Hao, had a yellow health code meaning she couldn’t travel.

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