Videos shared online show mass protests across China, including in Shanghai and Beijing.
Thousands of visitors were tested for COVID-19 and remained at the Disney park until late on Monday.
You may be done with COVID, but China isn't.
The Tesla CEO, who once called himself a "free speech absolutist," is being slammed on social media for contributing to the Chinese censors' publication.
Authorities in the city said a close contact of a COVID-19 patient had visited the store, which prompted the action.
Workers at a factory in Shanghai began rushing the metal barriers and clashing with security guards to escape China's "zero tolerance" COVID-19 policy.
As the Omicron wave spreads to Beijing, China's president oversees a tough test for the government's delicate social contract with an expectant public.
The Chinese president's insistence on a zero-tolerance approach to the virus could undermine his country's growth targets this year.
"How are illegal guns reaching the hands of criminals in Canada?" Canadian authorities asked in a tweet.
"Isn't this a fire hazard?" one resident asked on the social media site Weibo.
A hashtag containing the opening line of the "March of the Volunteers" is now no longer searchable on Weibo, which reported more than 570 million active monthly users last year.
A senior health official's commentary in a Chinese Communist Party newspaper sheds light on the motivations behind China's zero-tolerance approach to COVID-19.
Shanghai has an official COVID death toll of seven, the last of which was recorded more than two years ago.
In one video, the officers were seen clashing with a group of people while screams and blaring horns were heard in the background.
Alessandro Pavanello was collected by authorities on April 9 after testing positive for the virus.
While the latest wave of coronavirus infections seems to have peaked over the weekend, infections in Shanghai still account for over 93 percent of all cases in China.
The TikToker began documenting her experience when the lockdown went into effect on March 28 due to the Omicron variant.
Chinese officials face backlash for a strict zero-COVID policy that's left many citizens locked down without basic necessities—including food.
After a more targeted approach failed to suppress Shanghai's recent COVID outbreak, the central government in Beijing came down hard on the city with its tried-and-tested playbook.
26 million people have been under a strict quarantine since late last month, with residents unable to leave their homes and apartments.
City officials have sent drones to tell residents not to protest the city's COVID-19 lockdown.
The lockdown measures were initially supposed to conclude Tuesday, but the city did not say how long the extension would last.
The country's strict approach to prevent the virus from spreading has faltered in the past month largely due to the BA.2 variant.
"Everything is so dystopian weird but mesmerizing to watch in Shanghai's lockdown," tweeted Dr. Eric Feigl-Ding.
Shanghai prepares to go into its first citywide lockdown since COVID-19 began.
Zhou Shengni died after struggling to breathe and was unable to enter her hospital's emergency wing due to mandates spurred by China's "Zero COVID" policy.
The wings of the aircraft will be able to tilt in order to transition from vertical to normal flight mode, according to the Chinese company Pantuo Aviation.
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Shanghai's OCAT gallery is under scrutiny after an exhibit was put on display that ranked women from most to least attractive. The artist has been under fire for projects like this in the past.