China’s chief health advisor: Wuhan kept secret of Corona

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In the early stages of Corona’s appearance in Wuhan, Chung Nanshan went there to follow up on the situation, specifically on January 18.

He indicated in an interview with CNN published on Sunday that, once he got there, he received contacts with his fellow doctors and previous students, warning him that the situation is much worse than the official version of the outbreak of the virus.

Chung stressed that he had doubts about the official version, after the official number of Koruna injuries in Wuhan remained at 41 cases for more than 10 days, despite the emergence of new injuries abroad.

He told “CNN”: “The local authorities did not like to tell the truth at the time, then I said that we probably have a large number of people infected with the virus.”

On January 20th, Chung appeared on “CCTVThe government said that the coronavirus is capable of transmitting between people, after Wuhan health authorities confirmed for weeks that there was no clear evidence that the virus was transmitted from person to person, stressing that it “could be prevented and controlled.”

It is noteworthy that data issued by the National Health Committee in China revealed that more than 82,000 people were infected with Corona, in addition to about 4,633 deaths, in the early stages of the virus, then the number of new infections rose rapidly in late January, which led to the closure of cities and a ban Traveling nationwide.

By early February, China was reporting 3,878 new cases a day, but after a month, daily cases decreased to two numbers, while in the United States, the number of daily infections increased dramatically, from 47 new cases on March 6 to 22,562 by the end of the month .

It is noteworthy that a number of countries, led by the United States, accused China of “lack of transparency” and hiding information related to the virus at the beginning of its emergence, which led to its spread worldwide and turned into a pandemic.

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In the early stages of Corona’s appearance in Wuhan, Chung Nanshan went there to follow up on the situation, specifically on January 18.

He indicated in an interview with CNN published on Sunday that, once he got there, he received contacts with his fellow doctors and previous students, warning him that the situation is much worse than the official version of the outbreak of the virus.

Chung stressed that he had doubts about the official version, after the official number of Koruna injuries in Wuhan remained at 41 cases for more than 10 days, despite the emergence of new injuries abroad.

He told “CNN”: “The local authorities did not like to tell the truth at the time, then I said that we probably have a large number of people infected with the virus.”

On January 20th, Chung appeared on “CCTVThe government said that the coronavirus is capable of transmitting between people, after Wuhan health authorities confirmed for weeks that there was no clear evidence that the virus was transmitted from person to person, stressing that it “could be prevented and controlled.”

It is noteworthy that data issued by the National Health Committee in China revealed that more than 82,000 people were infected with Corona, in addition to about 4,633 deaths, in the early stages of the virus, then the number of new infections rose rapidly in late January, which led to the closure of cities and a ban Traveling nationwide.

By early February, China was reporting 3,878 new cases a day, but after a month, daily cases decreased to two numbers, while in the United States, the number of daily infections increased dramatically, from 47 new cases on March 6 to 22,562 by the end of the month .

It is noteworthy that a number of countries, led by the United States, accused China of “lack of transparency” and hiding information related to the virus at the beginning of its emergence, which led to its spread worldwide and turned into a pandemic.

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