Daughter’s hair-raising screams as Chinese mother plunges from 12th floor after being ‘welded in’ during Covid lockdown

Chilling audio has surfaced of a daughter screaming for help after her mother reportedly crashed to her death from their 12th-floor flat that had been ‘slotted’ during another Covid lockdown.

The 29-year-old begged Covid officials to open her door in a clip that has sparked outrage in China.

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The woman’s mother is believed to have crashed from their 12th-floor flatCredit: Twitter
The woman can be heard screaming as she begged officials to open the door

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The woman can be heard screaming as she begged officials to open the doorCredit: Twitter
The 29-year-old allegedly begged building managers to help her mother, who was having a nervous breakdown

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The 29-year-old allegedly begged building managers to help her mother, who was having a nervous breakdownCredit: Twitter
An example of a door being welded shut by Covid officials in China

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An example of a door being welded shut by Covid officials in ChinaCredit: Twitter

The woman is trying to get to her mother’s body after allegedly taking her own life in desperation over President Xi Jinping’s brutal lockdown in Hohhot, inner Mongolia.

The region has been punitive since late September when a new Omicron variant was discovered there.

Beijing officials are said to have welded the gates of the woman’s residential building shut from the outside to prevent people from leaving.

The woman’s mother, known as Ms. Wang, suffered from anxiety and had been on prescription drugs since 2019.

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Her daughter told the building management that her mother was having a nervous breakdown and begged for help.

When she asked the construction supervisor to call the emergency hotline, he told her to “call them myself, I’m busy,” What’s on Weibo reported.

When no one came, Ms. Wang is said to have jumped out of her bedroom window on November 4.

A recording of the 29-year-old’s emergency call for help has gone viral on Weibo, the Chinese version of WhatsApp.

You can hear them banging on the fence and officials begging to open her mother’s door and help her.

“Open the gate, open the gate! I beg you, please,” the young woman hears screaming.

When the gates finally open, the woman runs to her mother’s body, where the first responders meet them.

Authorities have blamed China’s strict Covid lockdown rules for slow emergency response times.

The audio caused outrage in China with many demanding answers.

“Who has the right to weld construction fences? Who has the right to weld construction fences?” noted one person.

“Who has the right to restrict the freedom of life of others? What if there is an earthquake or fire, who is responsible after that?”

Officials have vowed to punish community workers who forcibly seal households and build gates — even if it were a widespread practice.

China has doubled down on Covid lockdowns to cope with the rising number of cases.

More than 200 million people are facing another lockdown in China as the Communist Party, despite only a handful of cases, implements draconian new restrictions.

Some 28 cities — including the virus’s ground zero Wuhan — are now facing a wave of crippling new measures.

Data released to The Sun Online, an economic analysis firm Nomura, shows that 208 million people are currently living in some degree of lockdown in China.

Two highly contagious sub-variants of Omicron – BF.7 and BA.5.1.7 – are believed to be responsible for the recent spike in cases.

Chinese officials have described the variants as “highly contagious” because they can also infect people who were previously immune.

Daughter's hair-raising screams as Chinese mother plunges from 12th floor after being 'welded in' during Covid lockdown

Beijing is taking no tolerance for the virus and is enforcing the new rules after only 20 to 25 new infections a day this week.

Chinese leader Xi Jinping – who was named “Emperor for Life” this week – is continuing to roll out what has been called the “toughest lockdown in the world”.

Police officers wearing hazmat suits and wielding machine guns have brutally enforced the rules.

Quarantine camps, food shortages. agents seizing people’s homes, tags on Covid patients and drones monitoring the streets have all been seen across China.

China’s draconian response to the virus has raised the specter of a return to the potential for increasing cases around the world as we enter the winter months.

But the West has rolled out much more effective vaccination programs, making countries like Britain better equipped to deal with any spikes in infections.

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China appears to be pursuing a national policy of self-isolation as the Covid Zero Communist Party has made its flagship plan.

Xi doubled down on policy in a recent speech — vowing that all measures will remain for the foreseeable future.

A medical worker takes a smear from a woman to be tested for Covid-19 in Beijing

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A medical worker takes a smear from a woman to be tested for Covid-19 in BeijingCredit: EPA
People queue for Coronavirus PCR test in Shanghai

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People queue for Coronavirus PCR test in ShanghaiCredit: EPA

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