Woman locked up next to her blind date by Covid-19
the covid-19 pandemic It varies in every country. What has been constant recently is the increase in cases and infections, due to variables that have emerged in recent months. Given this, China is one of the countries that has imposed stricter restrictions on its population. Which brings us to today’s story.
a The woman stumbled with her blind date, After the authorities imposed a sudden confinement, they prevented him from leaving and returning to his home. This happened in Zhengzhou City, which has implemented this closure of all activities in order to contain the outbreak of the disease Delta and Omicron variables.
To the astonishment of this woman of Chinese descent, she was trapped in the house of a man she had visited as a blind date.
Four days of confinement
“I got older, so my dad organized more than 10 blind dates for me”This is what the woman who revealed Wang’s nickname said. For this, I reported such a situation through Chinese social network WeChat. The result was that he started getting several dates, even going to other locations in order to create the best moment and be successful with a new partner.
The result couldn’t be more unexpected, since Miss Wang She comes home from her fifth date and the guy decides he’s going to show her some of his talent in the kitchen, where he’ll cook her dinner.
Until then everything was going well, then they finished dinner and at that moment they found out that the area they were in, in their house, had been locked up for 4 days, all this for Intense outbreak of COVID-19.
“I couldn’t get out,” she said. Miss Wang on WeChat.
The man treated her like a queen
Unfortunately for her, she had to be locked up in an unknown location with someone she had barely met in her life. The good news came later, because the man took care of her and treated her well. For the next four days he took care of everything, kept her in a shelter in his house, cooked for her, and, though he was not the most communicative, always respected her.
This is what Wang herself shared on WeChat.
But he’s not the only person who’s recently gone through something like this. Another citizen pointed out that a similar confinement was caught on the move and the authorities did not allow him to return home, so he got help from neighbors.
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