Wuhan begins easing lockdown after two months of quarantine

Wuhan begins easing lockdown after two months of quarantine

Wuhan, the Chinese city where the coronavirus was first detected, has begun to re-open after more than two months under strict quarantine. Crowds of people were seen arriving at the Wuhan train station on Saturday. Authorities have also allowed civilian air travel in its Hubei region. The first domestic passenger flight took off at midnight on Sunday as most cities in Hubei resumed air travel.

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Ryan Keller
Ryan Keller 1 months

All accomplished by dragging people from their homes, welding doors shut with people inside and yelling at old ladies with drones. Before all that they hid the virus since December and murdered and kidnapped people to silence them. The American CDC offered assistance and it was declined. The CCP as usual proves to the world they aren't fit to be part of the international community. Call it the CCP virus because that is what it is.

IvoryDove
IvoryDove 1 months

Strategically, communist countries have a huge advantage in a pandemic. In not saying that China intentionally allowed this virus to ravage the world, but because they don't value human life, and can order people to shelter in place even when starving, they have the advantage. They also have complete control over their media, so tens of thousands of people dead in their apartments from the flu or starvation will not be reported.

j_hat
j_hat 1 months

Difficult to believe much of any reports coming out of Wuhan.

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