China, through Party Chairman and President Xi Jinping, stated that it had always acted “openly, transparently and responsibly.” But during the same period, Dr. Li Wenliang, who later died from the effects of the virus itself, was reprimanded for spreading the rumors. On the WeChat group, he wanted to warn colleagues about a virus similar to SARS. Citizen journalists They were arrested. On January 3, the WHO reported the outbreak to the WHO, but the openness has yet to materialize.
Chinese financial news site Caixin previously reported that laboratories are being invited to destroy patient samples. According to China, this was a “precautionary measure” for “unauthorized” laboratories. On January 14, health officials said at a private meeting that human-to-human infection is possible, but that this information will not be shared with the outside world.
Their hands were short
Then the big migration of the Chinese New Year would be in full swing, and the planned parties could continue until then. As of January 20, two weeks after the authorities learned the information, chief epidemiologist Zhong Nanshan told state television that the virus was indeed transmitted from person to person. Three days later, Wuhan was closed first, after which the entire Hubei Province was closed. “There were a lot of sick people, and the doctors couldn’t cope,” said a severely impressionable Yang.
Sadness and anger are alternatives. “There was almost nothing to eat or drink. Their hands were deficient, my daughter was lying in her shit for hours. Her daughter died two weeks after the first symptoms of a fever appeared. Yang, who is shoving by himself but is stuck in the central quarantine facility, has not heard. After two weeks, her husband already knows about her, but he doesn’t dare tell her the bad news at first.
“Coffee fanatic. Friendly zombie aficionado. Devoted pop culture practitioner. Evil travel advocate. Typical organizer.”