Shanghai's anti-epidemic grievances boil over and the neighborhood committee resigns in a dilemma

Shanghai's anti-epidemic grievances boil over and the neighborhood committee resigns in a dilemma  According to Chinese media and social media news, the residents of Shanghai are full of grievances against the epidemic, and the neighborhood committees that implemented anti-epidemic closure measures on the front line have become the target of public criticism. Many neighborhood committee staff are under pressure and in a dilemma.  During Shanghai's anti-epidemic lockdown, the neighborhood committees, as the government's grass-roots units, were responsible for implementing lockdown measures on the front line, including organizing people's nucleic acid testing and distributing supplies. They were caught between the government and the people, exhausted physically and mentally, and resigned one after another.  In his resignation letter, Wu Yingchuan, secretary of the Party General Branch of Changli Garden Residential Area in Shanghai, said that the information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention was lagging behind, and the neighborhood committee could not immediately grasp who was positive and who was a close follower.  He also said that residents asked them about relevant policies and the time of unblocking. "There are too many things that our grassroots need to know the first time, and we don't know." In the face of residents whose health is threatened due to discontinuation of medicines, and residents who must go to the hospital for chemotherapy or dialysis, the neighborhood committee helped arrange vehicles, but the answer they received was to wait.  The Hancheng neighborhood committee in Shanghai issued an open letter to residents on the 9th, stating that all the staff had been sealed in the neighborhood committee since March 17, and it has been 24 days, giving up their families and their own lives, "We are also doing our best to cooperate with the government's various Policies, everyone, all departments want us to understand and cooperate, but no one understands us... We also have times when we can't bear it."  According to social media articles, with the explosive increase of positive people, the staff of the neighborhood committee did not receive the transfer notice, nor did any medical staff come to do nucleic acid testing, and the chaos of group buying in the community and the complaints of the residents exceeded their capacity. The public opinion of residents who respond upward will never follow.

According to Chinese media and social media news, the residents of Shanghai are full of grievances against the epidemic, and the neighborhood committees that implemented anti-epidemic closure measures on the front line have become the target of public criticism. Many neighborhood committee staff are under pressure and in a dilemma.

During Shanghai's anti-epidemic lockdown, the neighborhood committees, as the government's grass-roots units, were responsible for implementing lockdown measures on the front line, including organizing people's nucleic acid testing and distributing supplies. They were caught between the government and the people, exhausted physically and mentally, and resigned one after another.

In his resignation letter, Wu Yingchuan, secretary of the Party General Branch of Changli Garden Residential Area in Shanghai, said that the information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention was lagging behind, and the neighborhood committee could not immediately grasp who was positive and who was a close follower.

He also said that residents asked them about relevant policies and the time of unblocking. "There are too many things that our grassroots need to know the first time, and we don't know." In the face of residents whose health is threatened due to discontinuation of medicines, and residents who must go to the hospital for chemotherapy or dialysis, the neighborhood committee helped arrange vehicles, but the answer they received was to wait.

The Hancheng neighborhood committee in Shanghai issued an open letter to residents on the 9th, stating that all the staff had been sealed in the neighborhood committee since March 17, and it has been 24 days, giving up their families and their own lives, "We are also doing our best to cooperate with the government's various Policies, everyone, all departments want us to understand and cooperate, but no one understands us... We also have times when we can't bear it."

According to social media articles, with the explosive increase of positive people, the staff of the neighborhood committee did not receive the transfer notice, nor did any medical staff come to do nucleic acid testing, and the chaos of group buying in the community and the complaints of the residents exceeded their capacity. The public opinion of residents who respond upward will never follow.
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