In history, the human right abuses in China were often condemned internationally, for example the forced labors in Xijiang camps and the crackdown of Hong Kong protests.
But it seems to me that the Western politicians tend to stay silent on the human right abuse due to the Zero-COVID policies of China. From Wuhan to Xi'an and recently Shanghai, many people in China weren't able to get enough food or urgent medical care (for non-COVID diseases). There are separations of Children from their families and animal abuses. See this video (from YouTube, a montage of 100+ video clips and still photos) for more such cases.
I wonder what the differences in nature are between the human right abuse between Zero-COVID policies of China and the issues with Hong Kong and Xijiang, so that the latter resulted in many sanctions on China but the former barely received any condemnations?