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Father of three-year-old blames China’s zero-Covid policy for son’s death

Tuo Shilei said his son was delayed in receiving treatment due to strict lockdown conditions in city of Lanzhou

The father of a three-year-old boy who died from carbon monoxide poisoning in north-west China said strict Covid-19 policies “indirectly killed” his son by causing delays obtaining treatment.

The boy’s death on Tuesday sparked outrage on social media and is the latest incident to trigger blowback against China’s strict zero-Covid policy.

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