[The Epoch Times, January 28, 2023](Epoch Times reporters Xia Song and Luo Ya interviewed and reported) The infection rate in China has soared to 80% to 90%, making it the country with the highest infection rate in the world.In December last year, the National School of Development of Peking University reported that the number of infected people nationwide was about900 million。
The number of infected people is so high that the infectedsequelaebecome one of the focus of public attention. Many of the sequelae are wheezing, fatigue, cough, and brain fog (cognitive dysfunction), which often co-occur with varying degrees, and the proportion of insomnia, anxiety, and depression is also high.
According to the Oxford “Choshinkan“The Long Covid Self-help Guide written by the outpatient medical team has more than 200 clinical symptoms. In early January, Jin Dongyan, a professor at the School of Biomedical Sciences of the University of Hong Kong, said that he believed that most of them would appear one after another.sequelae（Choshinkan）。
According to a comprehensive analysis of 120,000 infected people who developed new crowns (original) found that the incidence of sequelae was 56.9%, and fatigue was the first; neurological and cardiovascular diseases more often occurred in women; the older the age, the more mental, respiratory, digestive, skin and other conditions appeared.
Mr. Li from Shijiazhuang told The Epoch Times on January 27 that many people developed sequelae after being infected, so he was very worried about the firstsecondary peakinfected again.
A video posted by a Shanghai resident showed that three people left a ward in a local hospital in a row. She was worried that the peak of the epidemic would come again.
Hu Liren, a former entrepreneur in Shanghai, told The Epoch Times that the sequelae of the epidemic are relatively common and even serious for many people. “It’s the same when I was infected the second time. My classmate has been coughing for more than a month, and it still hasn’t recovered.”
He also said that many people died in Shanghai. At the peak, more than 4,000 people died every day, about 12 times more than usual. Many of my friends’ parents passed away, and his father also passed away.
Because the younger brother was familiar with the people in the hospital, Hu Liren’s father was admitted to the hospital relatively smoothly. He said: “My father died after staying in the hospital for 2 days. He did not enter the ICU, nor was he on a ventilator, but on oxygen.”
He said that two or three weeks ago, a large number of people died. “In the video I posted on Twitter, the seafood cold storage was also requisitioned. There were too many corpses. There were 8,000 corpses in it, and they couldn’t be burned. We have a very strong foundation in Shanghai.” Deep, I know someone, my father has a fever very quickly, like my friend has to wait for two weeks.”
Zhang Hua (pseudonym), an independent media person in Beijing, told the reporter that the sequelae of the epidemic are severe, and the outpatient clinic is still very tense.
He said, “A friend of mine has had positive symptoms since December 20 last year. He has been coughing for a month, with a sore throat and shortness of breath.”
In addition, Zhang Hua also revealed that he discovered today that some outpatient clinics in Beijing are still queuing up, mainly children. He said: “Now the infection rate among children is at its peak. The official internal news has not disclosed it to the outside world.”
Responsible editor: Sun Yun#