Chinese Man Gains Over 100 kilos During Lockdown To Become The Heaviest Man In Wuhan

The whole world has been under the shroud of lockdown since the start of the year. This was issued by governments to prevent the spread of the deadly coronavirus pandemic. Everyone in every nation has been asked to stay at home until a cure is hopefully found. But this staying at home has had some really bad side effects on people. One of the most common has been weight gain. But, the following story you are about to read is anything but common.

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1The lockdown situation

Right now the whole world is under lockdown since the coronavirus outbreak in January 2020. People have been forced to stay indoors since the start of the year to prevent getting infected by the deadly COVID-19 virus. This has brought many nations to a halt while others are moving at a snail’s pace.

The lockdown situation in Wuhan

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2It has affected people

The lockdown across the world has caused a number of issues for people. Many public places such as malls, gyms have been closed down for months now. People have begun working out at home to stay in shape. While this can be done by anyone there are people who require a gym to lose weight.

Members of the Military Emergency Unit (UME) patrol in an almost empty Puerta del Sol square during partial lockdown as part of a 15-day state of emergency to combat the coronavirus disease outbreak in Madrid

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3Meet Mr. Zhou

Today you will be reading about a man in Wuhan, China who gained 100 kilos or 200 pounds in 5 months since the lockdown started. This has caused a number of health-related issues for the person. He is currently the heaviest man in the city. So, how did this happen to him?

Meet Mr. Zhou

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4He was already overweight

According to Mr. Zhou’s medical record that was taken in December 2019, he was 5 feet 7 inches and weighed 329 pounds. But since the lockdown started from January 2020 he has gained an additional 224 pounds. This has not only made him the heaviest man in Wuhan, China but has also left him with a number of health-related issues.

He was already overweight

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5What the doctors had to say

Speaking to International Media doctors from the Zhongnan Hospital of Wuhan University said that on 31st 2020, Mr. Zhou called them desperately seeking medical attention. He said that he had not fallen asleep for the past 48 hours and could barely speak. Knowing he was in a critical state they sent an ambulance over right away.

Mr. Zhou

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