Ikea shoppers sent into panic when surprise COVID lockdown would have forced people to quarantine there
Swedish furniture store IKEA is one of Dante's nine circles of hell. And that's just on a crowded Sunday. The never-ending maze to lead you around cheap (in quality) furniture, where there is only one way in and one way out, could give people panic attacks. So, imagine the fear in Shanghai when shoppers were surprised by a sudden lockdown over China's schmovid-zero goal. How sudden? No one in the store was allowed to leave.
They didn't handle it well.
— 方舟子 (@fangshimin) August 14, 2022
According to Google Translate, that funny writing says: "IKEA Xuhui in Shanghai wanted to prohibit entry and exit to cooperate with epidemiological investigations, scaring customers to flee quickly. Don't go shopping in China until the virus is eliminated, remember."
Shanghai's handling of lockdowns to prevent anyone from getting sick ever are the things of American progressives' soggiest dreams come true. Fences were erected around apartment buildings. Dogs were beaten in the streets. Drones flew around telling residents to control their soul's desire for freedom. Somewhere in front of a CNN camera, Anthony Fauci's nipples got hard thinking about the possibilities.
Health officials told media that the "temporary control measures" (and Fauci just climaxed) in the IKEA and around the area was over someone who shopped at the store who was exposed to an asymptomatic six-year-old. People who won't be able to escape IKEA were forced to quarantine there for two days.
If you live in China, don't go shopping. If you live in America, think long and hard about how many leaders in this country would pull the same "measures" if they were ever allowed.
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