People are queuing for eight hours just to get tested for the coronavirus, said the college graduate, John Chen, who’s 23. His feverish mother is yet to be tested.
“At first I was upset that the hospitals and officials I called for help weren’t willing to do their job, but later I realized that it’s not that they are unwilling to help, but that everywhere is way too short of resources,” he said.
“I don’t blame anyone, because if you grow up in China, you learn that’s how the system works.”
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China’s National Health Commission said that as of Wednesday night, a total of 28,018 cases have been confirmed and 563 people have died in the country. There were 3,694 new confirmed cases. There were 73 additional deaths, with most of them in Hubei province.
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“There must have been more cases happening that we weren’t being told about," said Mackenzie.
Previously, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, the WHO director-general, lavished praise on China for its response.
- Is the world saved?
- Is China?
- How many have really died?
- What about medical supplies?
- Are those images of functional hospital or deathatoriums?
Only 500 Dead?
Zhumadian, a city in Henan province allows one person per household to leave every five days to buy supplies.— Mike "Mish" Shedlock (@MishGEA) February 5, 2020
Wuhan, Hangzhou, half dozen other cities with similar restrictions.
And the death count is only 500. Yeah, right. https://t.co/mItwcIRZfM
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And the WSJ reports Wuhan Coronavirus Hospitals Turn Away All but Most Severe Cases
In light of "All but severe cases turned away," do we have an answer for question 5?
This is truly sad.
Economically, a "Made in China" Economic Hit is Coming Right Up.