Chinese Police Now Violently Rounding Up Suspected Virus Carriers for Quarantine

In the far east, a dystopian nightmare is unfolding.

Like so many movies in which a tyrannical and secretive government is forced to deal with a pandemic, China is completely botching their response to the deadly and ultra-contagious Coronavirus.

Not only are there serious doubts about the official numbers being released by the Chinese government, but a number of supposed whistleblowers have been silenced…or worse.

Video shared online this week demonstrates just how desperate things have gotten, with Chinese authorities violently attempting to corral a citizen believed to have contacted the illness.

Video showing a man suspected of having coronavirus desperately sprinting away from officials trying to put him in quarantine has emerged, as the communist regime starts rounding up suffers in Wuhan and taking them to camps.

The clip, believed to be taken in Changqing Garden, Wuhan, shows a group of officials approaching the man who who is backed up against a wall.

The man suddenly starts running away from the officials who rapidly pursue him.

Some officials appear to be carrying large metal sticks as they run after him along nearly-deserted streets.

And that’s not all.

Another video, said to be taken in Suzhou near Shanghai, shows suspected coronavirus sufferers being forcefully dragged from their homes by officials in hazmat suits.

Officials in protective suits are seen holding onto two people by their arms before a third more resistant man is picked up from the floor and carried away in one shocking clip shared online.

In the video one person wearing a face mask is seen being quickly pulled along by officials and is soon followed by a woman in a winter jacket who is held underneath the arms by someone in a protective suit.

Chinese citizens have grown restless and frustrated with their government’s response to the illness, with tempers flaring after the recent death of a doctor who was silenced during his attempts to bring attention to the Coronavirus weeks ago.