Northeast China is the heartland of three provinces, Jilin, Liaoning, and Heilongjiang. After Heilongjiang was hit by the CCP virus, the neighboring two provinces also experienced lockdowns due to the spread of the virus. Subsequently, inflated costs for food, testing, and quarantines have become a norm in the new Chinese epicenter.
Residents in Jilin and Liaoning were interviewed after the regime imposed a lockdown. On top of the draconian lockdown measures and inflated cost of living, not only is there no aid or subsidies from the regime, but the cost of testing is much higher.
The interview was conducted by Xiong Bin and Chang Chun of the Chinese-language Epoch Times.