Footage has emerged of a huge quarantine facility being built in China to house people infected with coronavirus, and presumably anyone else the state deems to be a COVID threat.
The time lapse video shows a sprawling complex in the province of Hebei being fully completed within a week.
The camp, on the outskirts of the city of Shijiazhuang is said to contain more than 4000 ‘isolation suites’, which resemble shipping container like cells.
Reports indicate that more than 20,000 local villagers in the area have already been quarantined in isolation facilities since the beginning of the year.
Chinese state media organisation CCTV toured the inside of the facilities:
Nothing to see here, just a Communist super state building a massive detention camp.
The idea of camps to detain COVID dissenters isn’t so far fetched in Germany, where it is actually being openly implemented, in the wake of new mutant strain being discovered and an expected super lockdown being announced, to include the suspension of all travel within the country.
Authorities in numerous different areas of Germany have outlined where they will incarcerate those who break lockdown laws or refuse to self-isolate after catching COVID.