Students say they were banned from leaving the Sichuan University campus, but members of the public could enter to walk their dogs. Photo: Shutterstock
Students say they were banned from leaving the Sichuan University campus, but members of the public could enter to walk their dogs. Photo: Shutterstock

Students force Chinese university to lift Covid-19 lockdown after protest over restrictions that ‘gave dogs more freedom than undergraduates’

  • Students at Sichuan University in Chengdu say they were effectively banned from leaving the campus almost two weeks after the city lifted restrictions
  • Claims that members of the public were allowed on to the campus to walk their dogs fuelled anger among students and online

Students say they were banned from leaving the Sichuan University campus, but members of the public could enter to walk their dogs. Photo: Shutterstock
Students say they were banned from leaving the Sichuan University campus, but members of the public could enter to walk their dogs. Photo: Shutterstock
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