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originally posted by: CrazeeWorld777
Can you imagine if those who have died, got up and began eating people??
The Walking dead begins in China.
originally posted by: WeAllWait
a reply to: burdman30ott6
I know what the numbers are I’ve been helping provide them VIGOROUSLY might I add, over the last week.
I’m telling you this thing is not going to be the next plague, I have invested more time into the research findings and history of this situation then you have, of that I am certain.
I will continue to provide what I can from an analytical standpoint.
originally posted by: burdman30ott6
a reply to: ketsuko
Fair points, but at this stage in the game I'd say anyone being treated is a guinea pig.
Doubts have been raised about the official death toll, however, with claims Chinese authorities have been cremating bodies in secret.
Chinese-language news outlet Initium interviewed people working at local cremation centres in Wuhan, who said bodies were being sent directly from hospitals without being properly identified and added to the official record.
Replying to @WilliamYang120
Also, one thing that #China is hiding is the number of death caused by the virus. Credible Chinese media outlet @initiumnews interviewed people working at local cremation centers, confirming that many dead bodies were sent directly from the hospitals to the cremation centers...
... without properly identifying these patients, which means there are patients who died from the virus but not adding to the official record. That shows the current death toll of 133 that we are seeing is way too low.
11:11 AM - Jan 29, 2020 · Taipei City, Taiwan
“So there are reasons to remain sceptical about what China has been sharing with the world because while they have been more transparent about certain things related to the virus, they continue to be sketchy and unreliable in other aspects,” said DW News East Asia correspondent William Yang.
Last week The Guardian reported some Chinese hospitals were not testing patients for the virus, and at least one family was pressured into a cremation.
Two doctors told the family privately the patient had likely contracted coronavirus, but provided no documentation.
There are currently 7,187 confirmed cases worldwide, including 169 fatalities.
originally posted by: ketsuko
a reply to: burdman30ott6
I guess it depends on why they were there to begin with. For the ones who decided to live there, sure. Leave 'em, but what about those sent there for business, or in service to the country? They went for their jobs, not expecting to get caught up in this, and it's not like anyone likely asked them.