Since 2016, the CCP has been collecting DNA samples from Uyghurs and other Muslims in Xinjiang to build databases for tracking and monitoring them. Now this mandatory DNA sampling has extended to all males. Local police uniformly have collected blood samples from primary and middle school boys without informing their guardians.
At least 17 schools in Guigang and Guilin cities collected blood from students, claiming that the government needs this data to find and locate these children if “they commit crimes in the future” or “are abducted and sold,” “to issue new ID cards,” and “to find out if they take drugs or are ill,” etc.
Residents in Jiangxi province were required to give blood sample when they applied to take college admission exams, applied for new ID card and to change residence registration information, etc. Local police officers also went from household to household in villages to collect blood samples from male villagers.
A police officer claimed that they can track three generations of a suspect’s family through his/her DNA. The CCP regime often uses this strategy on runaway suspects; they harass the suspect’s parents instead.
Source: Bitter Winter