Did China willingly suppress contagious effects of COVID19? Chinese media house claims authorities gagged Laboratory in December 2019 over Coronavirus-SARS Connection
Administration of Wuhan deliberately did not inform a health team in January that local medical staff had already been infected by patients. Wuhan went ahead with new year celebrations which brought thousands together spreading the virus, claims Caixin Global.
As expected from a Communist country, it has now been suspected that China was very well aware of the dreaded effects of the Coronavirus and its ability to be hugely contagious way back in December. The Chinese authorities willingly suppressed the findings, claims a reputed Chinese media house.
Caixin Global, an independent publication published from Beijing and other locations in China, has reported that genomics laboratories sequenced the coronavirus by December 27, but were ordered by local and national officials
to hand over or destroy the samples and not release their findings. It has now emerged that, China’s top medical authority issued a gag order in December 2019 after Wuhan labs sequencing coronavirus found it resembled the SARS virus that killed nearly 800 people in 2002-2003.
China is also guilty of not informing its own people about the deadly virus despite knowing the threat. Caixin Global reports that administration of Wuhan deliberately did not inform a health team from Beijing during a January 8 visit that local medical staff had already been infected by patients. The government wanted to keep its contagiousness under wraps. Consequently, the city then went ahead with its lunar new year celebration on January, which brought thousands of families to the city to celebrate, without informing people that coronavirus was transmissible between humans.
China resorts to propaganda instead of information
China flooded social media with photos and videos of its 'new hospitals', cleaning of streets, superior preparedness and having many journalists and writers peddle its version of the coronavirus outbreak.
Whistle-blower doctor Li Wenliang was reprimanded and hounded by the Communist Chinese regime for sounding the alarm about the early cases of COVID19.
As China failed to inform its people and the world about the contagious effects of Coronavirus which resulted in its spread, the Chinese government resorted to propaganda to hide its failures.
The Chinese disinformation campaign went on full steam in February in an attempt to draw the attention of its own citizens and the world away from China’s pathetic response to the outbreak. China flooded social media with photos and videos of its 'new hospitals', cleaning of streets, showcasing their superior preparedness over other countries and having many journalists and writers peddle its version of the coronavirus outbreak.
It can be recalled that whistle-blower doctor Li Wenliang had warned his colleagues about the outbreak of Coronavirus on 30th December, 2019. His warning about the outbreak of an illness that resembled severe acute respiratory syndrome, later acknowledged as COVID-19, was shared on WeChat and later became public. Instead of taking the matter seriously, the Communist Chinese administration had reprimanded and hounded Li Wenliang for sounding the alarm about the early cases of COVID19.