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There are too many different ways to deal with the epidemic, so why do we care so much?
Today, after reading Langzhong, Sichuan news about the self-funded nucleic acid test for new coronary pneumonia, I lost the last bit of goodwill. Everything has a cost. It doesn't matter whether nucleic acid testing is charged or free.We should be more concerned about whether we are the target of protection in this epidemic. From the so-called non-essential (absolute prohibition in actual implementation), non-essential prohibition from leaving the community, campus, city, non-essential out-of-province, and non-essential out-of-country. All sorts of so-called non-essentials constitute shirk, and many become the price.Perhaps, some people feel that the so-called city closure is too scary. They have created a series of new words, such as dynamic clearing, social clearing, social control, static management, bubble management, global static… Here In the first stage, some people really have no income and need to face the cost of rising prices, so they only choose bridge holes and park seats as shelters. It's so pitiful. While worrying about their situation, you can imagine your own future situation and feel that life is dark and hopeless. If you are just ruled, Don't say anything; keep silent. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ At the end of April, people in Beijing lined up for nucleic acid testing. Credit Carlos Garcia Rawlins/Reuters The following is reproduced from:https://www.nytimes.com/zh-hans/2022/05/12/world/asia/pandemic-words.html https://web.archive.org/web/20220529094559/https://www.nytimes.com/zh-hans/2022/05/12/world/asia/pandemic-words.html The full text is as follows:Notes of Overseas Chinese - From "dynamic clearing" to "room entry and disinfecting", can you understand the vocabulary of the epidemic?"Pop-up window", "control area", "silent period", and "dynamic clearing"… During the epidemic, Chinese "new words" emerged one after another, which made people like me feel lost in their native language. I gave myself a self-study course called "Pandemic Vocabulary 101", but the course was more difficult than I expected.By Rong Xiaoqing May 12, 2022Welcome to this issue of "Notes on Overseas Chinese" I am Rong Xiaoqing, a…