We hear you. 3rd to 4th tier cities under lockdown restrictions don't get much airtime, let alone remote villages. Sometimes WeChat friends' circles may be reliable news sources in cutoff backwoods. Word of mouth hearsay, like the good old days of our ancestors.
I hope you've touched based with your Finland embassy or consulate. Let them know your GPS location in case this drags out longer than the chickens & Babe.
On the bright side, at least you guys are free to move about every morning. More lax than other communities I personally follow (业主群) in outer provinces.
Reuters and SCMP (proxy) have reported stricter community lockdown measures for cities like Tianjin, Beijing, Wenzhou, Hangzhou, Ningbo and Taizhou. To say nothing of cities in Hubei province near epicenter of Wuhan.
"Authorities in Zhejiang... have closed 'unessential' public venues, banned funerals and weddings, limited the number of times people can go out and quarantined families at home, sometimes by locking them in.
... each household is being issued a 'passport', usually a piece of paper that carries one’s name, home address and an official stamp. Only one person per household is permitted to leave their home every two days."
"China’s northern city of Tianjin began on Thursday restricting the entry and exit of people from residential compounds and villages to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus, the official People’s Daily reported.
Tianjin is following the example of several other major cities including Beijing in enacting these restrictions."
For now, Kunming has yet to impose "draconian" lockdown enforcement. Has anyone in Kunming experienced differently for their residential community?