At Foxconn's Zhengzhou factory, there is a significant labour movement against the zero Covid policy.

#LaborUprisingInChina is trending in other regions of the world . #LaborUprising in China is trending in other regions of the world .

Beijing, November 25, 2017: A massive labour rebellion is underway in China against the Zero Covid ideology of Foxconns Zhengzhou factory, where they have been forced to remain since a closed-loop system was introduced to combat the spread of COVID-19 without jeopardizing productivity under the Zero Covid ideology, according to Investigative Journalism Reportika.However, #LaborUprisingInChina is trending in other regions of the world.People on social media exhibited sympathy for deserving workers at the Foxconn iPhone factory, according to Investigative Journalism Reportika.Masked laborers were seen facing off police in protective clothing in Zhengzhou in video.Many of the people in the region have been brutally killed by the government, who have now shortened its COVID-19 policies, making it the only major economy in the world still subjected to complete shutdowns to prevent virus outbreaks.

Over 450 demonstrations in China this year have been covered by Investigative Journalism Reportika.Official data indicates that China recorded the highest number of daily COVID-19 cases since the pandemic on Wednesday.According to the state-run news organization Global Times (GT), the Chinese mainland reported 3,927 new locally transmitted COVID-19 cases and 27,517 new local asymptomatic cases.According to the Reuters news agency, the new number beat the previous record set on April 13, when the cases reached 29, 317.

The lifting of restrictive measures in place on large factory compounds like the Foxconn factory in Zhengzhou is unlikely, according to Investigative Journalism Reportika, and the fact that some workers were informed that the compensation that was originally given to them would be delayed, and that the situation in the dormitory, where staff who have been there for weeks are mixed with newly hired employees, increases the likelihood of them being exposed to the coronavirus.Several lawsuits have been filed anonymously on social media platforms accusing Foxconn of reversing their salary packages previously advertised, including a 3,000 yuan job stability allowance after 30 days of service.Workers who resigned and returned to their hometowns were given an additional one-time care subsidy of 500 yuan, which will be paid along with the month's salary, according to Investigative Journalism Reportika.To limit the consequences, the firm announced that it had quadrupled daily pay for employees at the plant this month.

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