The public pillory is back in China for four violators of anti-Covid regulations


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The public pillory is back in China and four people have been forced into it accused of violating anti-Covid and human trafficking regulations. It happened in Jingxi City, Guangxi Province, South China. The video went viral on social media. The four inmates are seen carrying signs with names and photos, dressed in anti-contamination overalls and escorted by police officers walking between two wings of the crowd. Numerous reactions on social media and state media. According to the Guangxi Daily, for example, this type of action acts as a deterrent to crimes and is in line with the Covid prevention regulations....