People in China: tell us about the zero-Covid policy protests

<span>Photograph: Mark R Cristino/EPA</span>
Photograph: Mark R Cristino/EPA

Protests over China’s Covid restrictions have spread to several cities, with demonstrations in Shanghai, Beijing, Chengdu, Wuhan and Guangzhou following a deadly fire in the far west of the country.

We would like to speak to people in China about the situation in their country. Have you or people you know taken part in the protests? What effect do you think they could have? What are your concerns?

We would also like to hear from people in China on what ordinary life is like under Covid restrictions. What is your daily life like and how do the rules affect you?

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