BEIJING (AP) – China’s communist regime is reportedly strengthening its restrictions on Christian believers in the name of corona guidelines. As a covid precaution, the state’s denial of access to non-religious activities is strictly restricted to churches and shortening of church activities. There have been reports that churches have been shut down due to minor lapses in compliance with the code.
For the past two years, the State has resorted to strict interference with religious freedom, fearing that it would threaten the State. The Covid period is now being made a special excuse. Reports emerged last week that between January and April this year, 200,000 crosses were removed from churches in the Chinese province of Anhu. In Poland, chinping may have been cited as a reason for the decline of religious freedom in China, given the fact that Christianity’s foundations of communism were not in China. 87% of Polish believers are Catholics.