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CCP increases virus death toll by 50%; Governments around the world demand to know virus origin

May 31, 2021
a homeless man a resident publicly sued the homeless man a government for covering up the spread of the CCB

virus

that night he was summoned by the police China's economy contracts for the first time since records began three decades ago its GDP fell almost seven percent Chinese authorities revised the

virus

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count in Wuhan, increasing it by 50 percent, many believe the new number is still too low. Governments around the

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the truth from China. They want to

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how the virus

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ated and say it may have come from a laboratory in Wuhan. The G-seven joins the group. call to reform World Health Organization as Republican lawmakers call for CEO's resignation welcome to China InFocus I'm Tiffany Meyer China's economy shrinks for first time since records began three decades ago GDP fell nearly seven percent percent in the first quarter factories across China closed and exports fell many countries are reassessing their trade relationship with China even though Chinese authorities are urging businesses to reopen many analysts believe economic activity will remain low an economist American tweets China's GDP figures show depressed rate of economic collapse Chinese authorities are trying everything to get companies back to work, but many factories have no orders and many people have been laid off.
ccp increases virus death toll by 50 governments around the world demand to know virus origin
A factory needed 50 new workers. 500 showed up for the interview since the beginning of 2020. More than 5,000 film and television companies in China have closed. an 80% increase compared to the same period in 2019 and Chinese authorities revised the

death

count in Wuhan from about 2,600 to about 3,900 a 50% increase the official reason is late reporting, missing reports, or false reports However, many say it is still a long way from the The actual Chinese Thai number CNET revealed that a funeral home received five thousand urns in just two days, that is, 1,000 more. Based on the revised death count, a Chinese netizen writes that the authority should launch an official website publishing the details of the deceased so that the relatives of anyone Not being on this list may raise questions.
ccp increases virus death toll by 50 governments around the world demand to know virus origin

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This list can be continually updated so that we can eventually get an accurate figure, but what dare the CCP do this if they did what people might say their figures are fake? Six cities in China are considered potential. hot spots for next outbreak, but people in these six cities may not

know

it According to photos on Chinese social media at an airport in southern China, people arriving from Wuhan or five other specific cities were He told them to take a different route than other passengers. airport arrival forms ask passengers if they are coming from the six places mentioned above one of the six cities is Guangzhou a resident writes I only found out Guangzhou was a hotspot after reading the posts in the chat rooms control measures are still very flexible here many people don't even wear face masks anymore, most people here don't know the situation is so serious that none of my colleagues knew about it.
ccp increases virus death toll by 50 governments around the world demand to know virus origin
In recent days we reported on the situation in three of the six hotspot cities, wow, Guangzhou and, uh, on the Sino-Russian border this video from April 15 from Swimfan huh The city shows that many stores are paying too close. The person taking the video says authorities say all stores except food stores must close. World leaders are increasing pressure on China, frustrated by the lack of transparency of the virus's

origin

, but within China many people believe the virus came from the US, a Wuhan resident told Radio Free Asia on Friday. that the propaganda department has been pushing the narrative that the virus came from the US and is now being repeated endlessly by more and more people.
ccp increases virus death toll by 50 governments around the world demand to know virus origin
I think it's true, he told RFA. Between 80 and 90% of the people there believe that propaganda and trying to convince them otherwise does not work. The editor-in-chief of China's Global Times boasted on Chinese social media that he mocked American officials on Twitter. Secretary Mark Esper on Thursday questioned the information coming from China, whose newspaper said on Weibo that it mocked Esper by saying that only seven people died in Shanghai, a city neighboring Wuhan, while more than ten thousand people have died in New York, on the other side of the

world

, but instead of being praised, he was attacked, many netizens asked why he had access to Twitter when the rest of China does not add that the Chinese authority should allow everyone in China to use it.
A growing movement is sweeping the internet as Thailand joins Taiwan and Hong Kong in solidarity against Beijing, but they have taken a unique approach by uniting behind milk tea to form the milk tea alliance. The movement was sparked after young Chinese nationalists known as Little Pink accused a young Thai actor and his model girlfriend of expressing his support for Beijing. Hong Kong and Taiwan online and attacked them soon many Thais united to protest against China's authoritarian regime. Milk Tea Alliance was among the top trends in Thailand on Wednesday. Netizens say it is the first time Thailand has joined forces with Hong Kong and Taiwan to fight China's 50. -cent army the fbi said thursday that foreign government hackers have broken into u.s. research and healthcare companies conducting research into koban 19 the fbi spokesperson did not name any specific country or organization a hoob a resident has publicly filed lawsuit against Chinese regime for its role in pandemic, first case of its kind in China NTD Xuan Rong has the details, Who Bay resident says government knew virus could be transmitted between humans long before After announcing it, the cover-up resulted in many lives lost. someone needs to take responsibility for this epidemic it is a very serious matter as a homeless citizen I think it is necessary to stand up and tell the Bay provincial government to take responsibility Thanh Jun works for a theme park in Hubei on the morning of April 13 presented a complaint against the Who Bay provincial government and became the person and China to file a lawsuit against the government for the spread of the CCP virus in his complaints, he said, according to the investigation report issued by the state on the case of Li Wen Liang from person to person.
The transmission had occurred in December 2019, however, the Bay Health Commission stated on January 11, 2020 that no infected medical personnel were found, there is no clear evidence of human-to-human transmission, they obviously downplayed the situation, he added, the Hebei government's cover-up led to the rapid spread of the virus. that in hospitals and the use of ICs, many patients did not have the opportunity to be diagnosed or treated, many people died, including many medical staff, ultimately the entire province was locked down, loss of human life, an economy Unprecedented, the complaint establishes two

demand

s. First, the Hebei provincial government must submit an apology to the center, a newspaper.
Second, the defendant, the provincial government pays all legal costs. Many Bay Area residents support him, however, they are not optimistic about whether he can succeed. Everyone should stand up. All local

governments

should. take responsibility not only for who Bay Province is, but for the entire Chinese government, of course we support the lawsuit, the problem is that the government does not care, in other countries you can sue the government, but how is it possible? In China, the police will come looking. For you, the police summit in June, the night you filed the lawsuit, you were told to write a letter promising not to post anything related to the lawsuit online and it's not just in China, countries around the world are now criticizing the Chinese regime for its role.
In the pandemic, a UK-based think tank advises countries to take legal action against the CCP for its cover-up. On April 3, a U.S. congressman introduced a bill that would make it easier for Americans to take legal action over their self-reporting. Ning and Xuan Wang and TV news

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around the world are increasingly frustrated by China's lack of transparency around the CCP virus. Leaders want to know the truth about how it originated and ask if it leaked from a lab in Wuhan. Leading political figures demand that China clarify the beginnings of the new coronavirus or CCP virus.
The United States and other countries are now asking whether the virus really emerged. from a laboratory in Wuhan I will tell you more and more, we hear the story and we will see just 10 miles from the seafood market in Wuhan, where the CCP says the virus originated, is one of the largest infectious disease laboratories in the world. Known to host coronavirus in the US, he says his research so far is inconclusive and opinion is divided in the scientific community. Most of the opinion right now is that it's natural for it to be organic, but I think we need to keep working on this and once we get over the pandemic, have the opportunity to look back and really find out what happened China denies that the virus has left the laboratory but does not allow independent researchers to review this type of secrecy that has frustrated governments around the world as they fight the pandemic, many of which are critical of the regime. for covering up the outbreak by silencing whistleblowers and censoring the media, we cannot have one of the largest nations in the world hiding information or not being transparent when it comes to helping us deal with this and the dissatisfaction with China is bipartisan, the 90 % of Republicans and almost 70% of Democrats say the Chinese regime is responsible The United Kingdom's acting Prime Minister Dominic Raab said Thursday that it will not be business as usual with China after the pandemic.
Australia's Home Affairs Minister, a queen who feels on Friday. I think there will be a reboot. about the way the world interacts with China, we want more transparency when you have a communist party that doesn't have the transparency that other comparable economies have, then that's a problem. French President Emmanuel Macron also questions the PCC's strategy. In Friday's official story he says it is naive to think that China has handled things better than the West and that there is a lot going on there that we don't yet know about in a series of calls for a review by leaders of the World Organization's G7 nations. of Health and All publican legislators have the same opinion that the WHO mishandled the CCP virus crisis.
The White House said in a statement that leaders of the G7 nations called for a comprehensive review and reform of the World Health Organization. President Trump led a video conference with G7 leaders on Thursday marked their first meeting in a month, the video conference to discuss plans for each nation's recovery, according to the White House, much of the conversations focused on the lack of transparency and chronic mismanagement of the pandemic by the WHO following President Trump's criticism of the WHO. This week, Republican lawmakers suggested that the director general of UN agencies should resign. 17 Republicans on the House Foreign Affairs Committee wrote a letter supporting the cessation of US negotiations. funding to the WHO wrote that funding should not resume until Director-General Tedra Sadden Omegay Brisas resigns In the letter the 17 congressmen said they had lost faith in Ted Rose said they blamed the Chinese Communist Party and the WHO for mishandling of the epidemic that led to a global pandemic, President Trump previously said that the WHO has promoted China's disinformation about the CCP virus, and on Thursday, a group of eight Senate Republicans called for an international investigation into the organization and the origins of the virus and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.
Today he agrees that he says there are problems with the WHO and that Japan will review its funding after the pandemic is resolved. Nearly 700,000 Americans have been confirmed to have the CCP virus. It has suffered more than 34,000 deaths, but almost 60,000 people have recovered and there are signs that the country as a whole is improving. Many states are mapping out their plans to reopen, with some starting today. Neglected tropical diseases. Molina Weisscap brings us the latest guidance offered by Trump on a phased approach to reopening yesterday. where almost 30 percent of our country has reported no new cases in the last seven days, but says the decision is still up to each state, some states waste no time making those decisions Jacksonville, Florida, reopened its parks and beaches today, but people still need to follow social distancing Texas is ready toopen its retail stores in state parks next week.
I've formed a statewide strike force to open Texas, but some states aren't quite ready for one. Mississippi extended its at-home order for another week of surveillance. more week of shelter in place is up and running Ohio will begin reopening on May 1. Michigan's governor said she is hopeful the state can reopen before May 1, as they have seen fewer new cases lately. Michigan residents are anxious and some have been protesting urging the governor to reopen sooner, protests are ongoing in a handful of other states, even as more states begin to ease restrictions, reopening in most states does not include the schools, according to an Education Week report, more than half of US states have ordered or recommended that schools remain closed for the rest of the academic year Melina Weis Cup and DD News and Midwest Governors take action for the economy are coming together to coordinate efforts to reopen their states for business the bipartisan group of Governors announced the measure Thursday along with their Midwest regional association will work to restart the local economy the states of Wisconsin Michigan Minnesota Illinois Ohio Kentucky and Indiana will work in close coordination to reopen our economies in a way that prioritizes the health of workers the partnership will allow governors to share data and advice we will make decisions based on facts, science and recommendations from experts in healthcare, business, labor and education, the group says it will be most effective if states work together to phase in sectors of the Midwest economy, but Wisconsin Gov.
Tony Evers says that doesn't mean all states will reopen all. We can't immediately think of this as flipping a light switch. It's like turning a dial, the more disciplined we are now, the faster we can achieve it. The Midwest Alliance joins groups on the West Coast and Northeast announced earlier this week. In total, the 17 states covered by the associations are home to almost half of the country's population. and New York seeing another drop in total hospitalizations is a good sign, but the governor said he will need more help from the federal government to open the state's NTDs.
Miguel Moreno has the most total hospitalizations in New York State and as of Friday more than two hundred and eighteen thousand have tested positive and more than ten thousand nine hundred have died from the CCP virus. Governor Cuomo laid out measures to open the state to large-scale testing and money was at the forefront, things he said they don't have enough of, which is why Cuomo is asking the federal government for funding the federal government can't wash its hands of this and say oh states are responsible for testing, we can't do it, we can't do it without federal help because tax revenues are plummeting, he said the state would need 10 to 15 billion dollars to increase its virus testing , but President Trump said Thursday that there are enough tests for everyone, as Dr.
Burks has been informing our governors for weeks that we continue to have excess testing capacity of 1 million tests per week available for use and our capacities are growing every day, especially with new tests quickly coming to market. Cuomo is also asking for funding from the federal government to help pay for state utilities Miguel Moreno NTD News New York a Minnesota state senator and doctor expresses concern about new CDC guidelines for counting deaths said in an interview that a Doctors don't like it when politicians try to impact patient care, CDC says local health departments should start counting deaths in two categories: confirmed and probable, that's why death counts in New York City almost doubled this week Wyoming in Ohio yesterday also began counting probable deaths senator dr.
Scott Jensen said hospitals have to do it too, which is why they receive almost triple the funding to care for patients who have the CCP virus. The film industry is taking a huge hit from closures, especially theaters like AMC. The box office is now experiencing a 25% drop. revenue since the beginning of the year the pandemic is ravaging the film industry cinemas are closed and film production is halted reports predict this year's box office sales could fall more than 40% compared to last year, CEO of film marketing, Mark Becker, tells us how the change is affecting. him, there is no doubt that the box office is going to be down this year.
I mean, if you look, you know, a year ago, last weekend, I think the box office grossed a couple hundred million this weekend, grossed less than five thousand dollars or thereabouts, of course. we are definitely seeing a slowdown from some of our clients, there is not only uncertainty with the box office but also uncertainty about their jobs, you know the days need, for example, if you are looking at layoffs or many of the agencies across the Disney industry. The market capitalization fell more than sixty billion dollars or twenty-five percent since mid-February. The company had to lay off many employees working for its film companies, including Marvel and Pixar, and AMC has lost seventy percent of its stock value since the beginning of the year.
The Chinese conglomerate. Dalian Wanda took over the company in 2012 and reached a two point six billion dollar deal. Wanda cinemas in China are still closed amid the outbreak. Word on Wall Street is that AMC Theaters may be headed for bankruptcy, and some analysts say it may not survive the closures. Due to the pandemic, the brand marketing expert says movie theaters may need new ideas, such as virtual reality or a more immersive experience, to stay in business once lockdowns are lifted, while the Viewership on streaming sites like Netflix is ​​increasing. He's not very open about sharing his data, but streamers have seen a big boost.
I mean, Disney Plus just surpassed 50 million subscribers and they are absolutely outperforming their projections, which is phenomenal. Netflix is ​​whether it's whether it's Tiger King Fever or any of the other stories on its platform Becker says film companies are already struggling to get people into theaters and the pandemic is making things worse as we enter the new normal and economy gradually reopens Kevin Hogan and News New York The United Kingdom has recently extended its nationwide lockdown, but one expert says the country's measures came too late and the slow response may come at a high price. A UK public health expert says the country could suffer more than 40,000 casualties when the pandemic arrives.
According to him, the pandemic is over, the government took too long to impose measures to prevent its spread, as Brynne recently extended its lockdown for another three weeks as the Italian economy worsens. People are seen waiting for local food deliveries organized by charities. The service is usually reserved for the homeless and poorest community members, people in line described themselves as devastated and said they wouldn't know where to find food if it weren't for the charity The Most Europe's economy also faces difficult times Germany's Economy Minister said the country faces its most serious economic situation since World War II, the French military reported that the virus reached an aircraft carrier, almost 50 percent of the personnel who were deployed on the military ship tested positive and East African countries are fighting a war on two fronts efforts to contain a second locust invasion are in full force despite restrictions on the movement of personnel and equipment due to the locust virus Desert is considered the world's most destructive migratory plague around 20 million people are already suffering from acute illnesses insecurity A father in Shanghai China has taken a creative and adorable approach to keeping his little one safe.
He designed an inflatable suit for his two-year-old son to defend against the virus, although it is not yet clear whether it is effective in different circumstances. It looks like this family dressed their little boy like an astronaut during the day, even mimicking low-gravity conditions, but it's actually a protective suit made to keep him safe from virus infection. I hope my son can use it in the midst of the epidemic and hope to provide him with full protection in isolation Tao, the child's father designed the suit himself, ordered the inflatable suit online, and then added some modifications, including a filter and a device that monitors the air.
People passing by love the look. I think it's great. He looks like a cartoon character. but some expressed doubts that the suit works, it's nice for sure, but I'm not sure how the filter works and if it can really offer protection besides filtering the air. House says the suit will also prevent his child from touching her face, which could lead to pathogens entering the body, and with people attending school classes remotely, many different environments have now been converted into classrooms. A young man in Italy studies in a particularly unusual environment with schools in Italy closed. Many students are turning to online classes to keep up with their education, but online classes are not.
They need an Internet connection, something a 12-year-old Italian boy living in the Tuscan countryside doesn't have at home. Giulio, who does not want to lose his education, has found a solution every day. Giulio and his mother drive to the middle of nowhere and stop at a certain place on a hill under a tree, there his mother's phone receives enough signal to act as a router for her tablet, with it she can access the classroom map and continue with your studies on the days when I have lessons that I bring from home. table a stool and my bag with the tablet and all the books I need and then my mom and I go up here with the car we put everything together and we are ready for our lessons in the open field it is not the same as inside The walls of a classroom studying under the Italian sun can be beautiful, but they can also be distracting at times.
Most of the time I can concentrate well, but it also happens that I am talking and a goat can be heard bleating behind me. but Julia will not study abroad forever, the Internet is already being fixed at her family's home and she will soon return to attending her online classes from her living room like her fellow students here in China in focus we are dedicated to providing you with accurate information and impartial. Forget to subscribe to receive the latest updates. See you tomorrow.

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