China reimposes the worst "Corona" smear in the world

China has reintroduced a rectal swab test for the coronavirus, in an attempt to stop the spread of a mutated or micronized mutant, just two weeks before the start of the Winter Olympics in Beijing.

At least 27 people underwent controversial rectal swab tests, in an apartment building in Beijing, where a 26-year-old woman was infected with the mutated omicron, the city's first recorded case, according to the Chinese newspaper, "Beijing News".

 According to the “Daily Mail”, the rectal swab test has been used in China since 2020, but it became prevalent in Beijing in January 2021, after a 9-year-old boy was confirmed to be infected with the Corona virus.

China raised more controversy in March last year, when it expanded the use of anal swabs for any foreign traveler arriving in Beijing, and this swab was considered, according to international newspapers and agencies, "the worst swab in the world."

Earlier this week, China canceled plans to sell Olympic tickets to the public and said only select spectators would be allowed to attend, as the number of coronavirus cases in the country reached its highest level since March 2020


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