Tuesday, March 31, 2020

At risk to his own life, a Chinese student is calling for the Chinese ruling party and leader to step down

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A new study in China shows the likelihood of catching the CCP virus ( coronavirus ) from someone who’s asymptomatic. This, as asymptomatic cases continue rising. ⠀ ⠀ A Wuhan resident whose mother passed away from the virus is furious about the government's cover up and asks the regime to take responsibility.⠀ ⠀ At risk to his own life, a Chinese student is calling for the Chinese ruling party and leader to step down. He tells us his motivations for doing so. ⠀ ⠀ The world’s largest hospital ship arriving in New York City today to support local hospitals feeling the strain of the CCP virus. For many, it’s a symbol of hope.⠀ ⠀ And the Netherlands has recalled 600,000 medical masks sent from China for failing to meet quality standards. ⠀ ⠀ NTD refers to the novel coronavirus, which causes the disease COVID-19, as the CCP virus because the Chinese Communist Party's coverup and mismanagement allowed the virus to spread throughout China and create a global pandemic.⠀ ⠀ YouTube channel: China in Focus⠀ ⠀ Subscribe for more first-hand news from China : http://bit.ly/2vhu9Ej⠀ ⠀ For more news and videos : https://www.ntd.com/china-in-focus

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MADRID — Mass testing is more than ever a necessity at this stage of COVID-19’s outbreak. But would you trust a testing kit with a 30 percent accuracy rate only? If America launched mass testing on these terms, would you feel safer? ➤Tap the link in our bio to read more Here in Spain — with the world’s fourth-largest case count at 70,000 — the point is moot. My country’s government returned more than 600,000 flawed kits to its manufacturer, a Chinese company by the name of Shenzhen Bioeasy Technology. So “easy” was the deal that when they bought the kits on Wednesday, Spanish health authorities didn’t seem the least concerned that the company isn’t even permitted to sell them in … China itself. When microbiologists pre-trialed the kits on a sample of known COVID-19 patients and only 30 percent were accordingly diagnosed, Health Minister Salvador Illa tried covering his department’s back by claiming Bioeasy was licensed to sell kits across the EU — but provided no evidence to prove it. Spain may not be the only victim. The entire world is scrambling to sort the healthy from the ill. #commentary #opinion #washtimes #washingtontimes #china #covid_19 #covid19 #covid #coronavirus #coronavirusoutbreak #coronavirusupdate #stayhealthy #chinavirus #socialdistancing #stayhome #boldopinion

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