'Shoot them dead': extreme Covid-19 lockdown policing around the world

As coronavirus lockdowns have been expanded globally, billions of people have found that they are now faced with unprecedented restrictions. We look at some of the extreme strategies governments are using to police their citizens – from teargas and death threats to beatings and chemicals
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Teargas, beatings and bleach: the most extreme Covid-19 lockdown controls around the world ► https://www.theguardian.com/global-development/2020/apr/01/extreme-coronavirus-lockdown-controls-raise-fears-for-worlds-poorest

Squats, drones and angry mayors: policing coronavirus lockdowns around the world – video report ► https://www.theguardian.com/world/video/2020/mar/25/squats-drones-and-angry-mayors-how-coronavirus-lockdowns-are-being-policed-video-report

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