It must be serious since China has raised its emergency warning to its second-highest level.
The Chinese Communist Party hasn’t been honest since Day 1 of the novel coronavirus (whenever that was) and has worked tirelessly to prevent the spread of the virus within its borders. It would seem that China wasn’t as concerned about the virus spreading outside its borders, however.
For the past several months, the Chinese Communist Party has been mocking the American response to the coronavirus.
They even put out a video using Lego figures which went viral.
Once Upon a Virus… pic.twitter.com/FY0svfEKc6
— Ambassade de Chine en France (@AmbassadeChine) April 30, 2020
But, for all the disinfecting of streets that looks more like a scene from Star Wars rather than public health policy, it seems that the virus didn’t really go away.
Back in March, it was being reported that the Chinese government was shutting down provincial borders and having people forced into quarantine at their own expense.
There were also reports, (along with multiple videos,) of Chinese officials welding doors to apartment buildings shut to prevent the spread of the virus.
— Lawyerforlaws (@lawyer4laws) March 28, 2020
And yet… we know that their dramatic drop in coronavirus cases has less to do with the “slow of the spread” and more to do with outright lies as well as silencing survivors and the family members of the dead.
On Wednesday, Beijing moved to take drastic action in order to prevent further spread of the virus as cases started to rise after the CCP had been reporting a drop for the past several months.
China raised its emergency warning to its second-highest level and canceled more than 60 percent of the flights to Beijing on June 17 amid a new CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus outbreak in the capital—warning the rest of the world about how tenacious this CCP virus really is…
…In China, officials described the situation in Beijing as “extremely grave.”
“This has truly rung an alarm bell for us,” Party Secretary Cai Qi told a meeting of Beijing’s Communist Party Standing Committee.
Considering the way they were handling the outbreak earlier this year, this could mean just the beginning with more drastic measures to follow.
The flight cancellations in China were among a number of travel limits placed around the capital. Beijing had essentially eradicated local transmissions until recent days, with 137 new cases since last week.
On Wednesday, the city of 20 million people raised its threat level from 3 to 2, leading to the cancellation of classes, suspended reopenings, and stronger requirements for social distancing. China had relaxed many CCP virus controls after the Communist Party declared victory over the CCP virus in March.
Source: The Epoch Times
The $100 million question is:
Is this a second wave of the virus, or is this just a continuation of the spread that they’ve been lying about all along?
The world may never know.