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Woman Gets TRAPPED At Blind Date's House As China Initiates Sudden COVID-19 Lockdown!

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Can you imagine?! What was supposed to be a casual night in with a suitor has turned into the longest date EVER! A woman, only identified in reports as her surname Wang, has been trapped in her blind date’s home for a week now — ever since the Chinese city went into an immediate lockdown last Thursday.

According to CBS News, Wang spoke about the crazy situation with a local outlet, The Paper, sharing that she met up with her blind date at his home in Zhengzhou for dinner.

She was in town for a week-long trip during which her family had set her up on multiple dates, she explained: Well, little did she know what would happen next! Related: Did Drake Sneakily Respond To Rumors Of Putting Hot Sauce In A Condom To Prevent A Woman From Stealing His Sperm?? After she arrived in the city, coronavirus cases rose with 100 reported cases last week, CBS News explained.

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