COVER-UP: China Quarantines 11 Million People Over ‘Mysterious Virus’
The Wuhan Coronavirus is now appearing to be a massive outbreak beyond what initial reports have reported. Chinese officials have reportedly quarantined at least 11 million people in Wuhan. The sum of people is the population number of Wuhan.
No traffic is being allowed to exit or enter the city as of this hour. All plane and train travel is shut down. This is an unprecedented move that’s sure to send waves of shock and fear up the spines of people all over the world. Chinese state media made the announcement via Twitter.
People arriving at Wuhan airports and train stations are now trapped.
What they’re doing is a very, very strong measure, and with full commitment,” Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, the director-general of the World Health Organization said in a WHO press conference Wednesday afternoon.
Video of roads blocked in and out of the city of Wuhan appear apocalyptic at this hour. Additionally, video of quarantine tents are now surfacing.
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While Wuhan’s officials have reported only 444 infected persons, it now appears that such numbers are largely deflated. It’s unclear whether or not Chinese officials are participating in an active cover up or if the outbreak swelled beyond control within the last few hours.
Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR) is requesting that President Trump ban travel from China, a move that if ordered, would certainly have extreme political ramifications.
“I write to you today about the continued spread of the Wuhan coronavirus, which has now arrived on American soil,” Cotton wrote in the Wednesday letter, which came after the first U.S. case of coronavirus was confirmed in Washington state earlier this week. “Once again, a deadly virus is emanating from the People’s Republic of China. The Wuhan coronavirus has infected hundreds of people in China, killing at least seventeen individuals so far. The disease has now spread to Taiwan, Japan, Thailand, and South Korea. At least one case has been confirmed in the United States. I’m confident that the United States Government is undertaking all possible measures to contain the spread of the disease, but I’m deeply concerned that waging an efficient and successful campaign against this virus depends on the trustworthiness and transparency of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), an organization with a horrendous history in these matters.”
Folks, this is why you always make sure to chip away at your SHTF gear list. Because in the end, you never know.
Author: Jim Satney
PrepForThat’s Editor and lead writer for political, survival, and weather categories.
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