posted on May, 9 2020 @ 07:09 PM
It's been a very long time since I started a thread, so hopefully I remembered the rules by using the articles title for the subject. (Mods, if I got
it wrong, let me know)
Today this hit the headlines here in Canada. 8 million "N95" masks imported from China didn't pass the mustard. It got me thinking, how many more of
these masks have been supplied to other countries, who either don't test or don't have the ability to test, and have passed through their systems?
It's starting to look like China is digging themselves into a deeper hole, day by day.
And what exactly does this mean?
Early this week, the Chinese Embassy in Ottawa said one million faulty N95 masks that arrived in Canada from China last month were the result
of a "contractual" issue that had since been resolved
edit on 9-5-2020 by TortoiseKweek because: (no reason given)