Lois Bayliss has been charged by the Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal for her role in a campaign of legal threats to hundreds of schools and GP surgeries over false claims that the coronavirus vaccine was under criminal investigation.
“I will keep shooting until I die,” he said in one of his last published interviews.
While countries around the world impose restrictions on Chinese travelers, some argue the move is more political than rooted in public health.
It took a deadly fire linked to China’s COVID curbs to draw national attention towards Uyghurs, but their larger struggle remains invisible.
“We are all desperately deleting our chat history,” a Beijing resident says.
“Just having a normal life feels like a distant hope,” a protester says.
In protests unseen for decades, citizens in China are venting their anger at the country’s zero-COVID policy in subtle and unusual ways.
Medics say that growing numbers of people are asking for transfusions of unvaxxed blood.
It wasn't so much Li’s appearance but rather the gaping disconnect with the public that triggered the outrage, a user said.
“It is a slap in the face to those who anticipate an imminent and significant policy pivot.”
“They would have been fine at home, but they were sent on a path to death.”