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Believed to be a bad press, the sky in China is blood red


TEXAS – Residents of Zhoushan City, China, shocked not to see the sky turn red as blood.

As reported by the Daily Star, the incident occurred at night when the sky turned orange-red with a thick layer of fog.

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The red sky phenomenon could be seen across the city for several hours last Saturday.

When the incident spread on Douyin’s social networking platform, people feared it was a bad press regarding the spread of Covid-19 in the province.

“The color is like blood red. It doesn’t look good at all,” one intern wrote.

“An earthquake will occur in seven days. The red sky incident is not normal,” another netter commented.

Meanwhile, responding to the phenomenon, Zhoushan meteorological office clarified that it was not something supernatural.

“Yesterday there was a bit of fog and clouds formed at low altitudes. This is a phenomenon caused by the refraction of light,” the office said.

According to the recordings of closed circuit television systems ( CCTV ) state, a local fishing company confirmed that the red light is refracted in one of the fishing vessels.

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