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The Chinese authorities have eased some anti-covid measures, after the protests that "exploded" in the western region of China, Xinjiang.
Restrictions within the framework of the "zero-COVID" strategy had been in place for three months in that city. The riots were sparked after 10 people were killed in a fire that engulfed a building.
The delay in bringing the flames under control caused the revolt of the citizens. The latter oppose the policies of the Chinese leadership towards Covid-19.
During the Xinjiang lockdown, some residents had their doors chained shut. Many believe such tactics may have prevented residents from escaping Friday's fire.