My wife is from Ukraine, in the Crimea region, and is actually living there currently (she got her visa and is coming soon). She was saying that
everyone was scared back at the first outbreak, and that she did not hear anything about a second one yet on the MSM or from the politicians. Maybe
they are waiting to announce it?
In any event, don't worry, you'll hear about it if there is a more deadly outbreak. Ukraine has a long history of man made misery, and Ukrainians
are very resilient people. They'll get over it, probably before anyone here will.
Thanks for the information. It's definitely and interesting find. I don't think my wife saw this or she would have mentioned it to me. There is a
very big problem with corruption over there. My father in-law told me that a police officer there makes on average 7 000 UAH (Hryvna) a month. This is
around 1000$ US. A "good" police officer, who knows "what to do" can make 10 000$ USD a month. Those are the ones who are driving the nice cars
and have the nice homes.
It's not a stretch for me if someone told me that the site was brought down by the state. They've done much worse in the past.
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