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STORY: "Lift COVID lockdown" is what this crowd is chanting in China's far-western Xinjiang region after a deadly fire at a high-rise sparked rare protests against the country's ongoing COVID lockdown.
Videos circulating on Chinese social media show residents of the region's capital, Urumqi, arguing with guards in hazmat suits.
And it comes as China's government grapples with widespread confusion and uncertainty in its major cities over the virus.
China defends President Xi Jinping's signature zero-COVID policy as life-saving and necessary.
The country has recently adjusted its measures, shortened quarantines and taken other targeted steps, but cases have increased.
Xinjiang is subject to some of the longest lockdowns in the country.
Many of Urumqi's 4 million residents are not allowed to leave their homes for up to 100 days.
The protests followed the fire in which ten people died on Thursday night (November 24).
Authorities said residents of the building could have gone down the stairs, but videos shared on Chinese social media led many to believe residents couldn't escape in time because the building was partially locked.
Urumqi officials denied that the COVID measures hampered escape and rescue but said they would conduct further investigations.
Xi Jinping
General Secretary of the Chinese Communist Party

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