Covid protest: China censors feed from World Cup

China has censored the visuals from the ongoing 2022 World Cup in Qatar that are shown to football fans in the country.

This is in an attempt to stop images of large, unmasked crowds from reaching the Chinese population due to an ongoing protest against the harsh Covid measures that have been put in place.

According to UK Daily mail, a comparison of footage from the Cup shows that the China Central Television broadcasting company has been intercepting visuals from the tournament and doctoring crowd shots by using a 30-second delay.

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Visuals showing fans without masks have been removed because while most of the world has moved on from the pandemic lockdown measures, China still faces harsh restrictions under its Covid Zero policy.

Some regions of the Peoples Republic of China are still in lockdown. Chinese residents have been forced to take Covid tests every day, and large street protests have erupted with demonstrators calling for politicians to resign.

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