China lifted the lockdown last week but now more places inside China are starting a second round of lock downs. A woman in Wuhan saw her husband tied up on the hospital bed before he died, as the hospital refused to treat him. Now the woman is left alone with her two kids.
One Chinese province reports new numbers of imported infection cases on the same day. This in conflict with the official figures.
A Senate committee is about to investigate the origins of the corona virus pandemic and the worldwide initial response at home. Why the US national stockpile wasn’t better prepared and why medical devices and supplies are manufactured overseas, will be investigated.
But the focus of the investigation will be China and the WHO. Senator Ron Johnson says,
The Guardian reported on April 12, that British intelligence agencies believe its government must reassess its relationship with China. The report said MI6, MI5 and the foreign intelligence service believes the Chinese Communist Party will continue pushing its one-party model and saying it’s successfully tackled a pandemic. The agencies are telling the Britain leaders to think about how to respond and to focus more on investigating China.
MI6 reportedly said,
To China, the outbreak of the CCP virus had an impact on China’s economics in the first quarter according to chinese customs agency. Overall chinese exports fell 11.4% in the first quarter, that surplus decline about 80%. Chinese exports to the US fell 23.6%.
China imported about $5 billion worth of US agricultural products in the first quarter of 2020, including twice as many US soya beans and six times more pork than a year ago.
This week, more places in China started the second round of lockdowns. A document circulating on social media appears to be an emergency notice from a county and Hebei province.
It was issued on April 13th and asks all cities and villages to restore lockdown measures and resume measuring body temperatures and registering people traveling from overseas or from Hebei province.
One netizen wrote chinese authorities are covering up the epidemic to encourage people to go back to work. That means an outbreak, even a devastating outbreak, is coming again, conflicting reports on the number of virus cases.
In one chinese province the health commissioner of Heilongjiang reported 78 imported cases in the province as of April 12th midnight, but on the same day the mayor of a border city in Heilongjiang says his city has seen over 200 imported cases that’s from March 21st to April 12th midnight.
A video has now appeared on Miss AI social media account Shannon Bundle Jinyoung, she’s standing in front of the emergency building of Central Hospital of Wuhan. She says,
“it’s April 13th and that she’s working as usual and everything is well.”
But no media can reach her or ask her questions, it’s unknown if she made the video under pressure from the authorities.
A Wuhan woman tells us about the circumstances surrounding her husband’s death. She says when he fell ill near the start of the epidemic, the hospital refused to treat him.
A Wuhan woman says, her 47 year old husband was tied to a hospital bed for three days, still conscious until he died. He said he was feeling unwell. The doctors didn’t really try to rescue him, so he was just tied up on the hospital bed so that he could not move. He kept saying he was unwell, the doctor said he won’t make it. The nurse even wrote he was unconscious meteringmode leave day and night.
Chung is a Wuhan resident who has two kids. Her husband died in the hospital on January 25th after running a high fever for four or five days. In the beginning, he had no fever, he went to the hospital to see a doctor and stayed there for seven or eight days. The hospital said that his illness was very complicated and he had to go to the intensive care unit. Chung’s husband had diabetes, after a week in the hospital, he was transferred from the intensive care unit. The hospital said the intensive care unit had to close but they didn’t tell her the reason. The doctor said he will be transferred to a general ward. I was happy in the beginning, thinking that his illness was cured. I could finally be with him but then he had high fever every day.
Just a few days later, she says he was in a critical condition. Chung had to sign a bunch of papers. She didn’t try to understand what she was signing because she just wanted to save her husband’s life.“I think the hospital is all about the money,to save someone you need to pay first! They put a bunch of papers in front of you, for you to sign and since you want to save a life, would you read over ten piles of paper?”
She added, “when her husband was in critical condition, doctors made every
excuse to refuse treatment. They said that there was no ward nor intensive care unit available. No one was willing to accept him.”
The doctor said that, you should be happy to have a hospital bed, some people can’t even get a hospital bed. She says that the doctors also refused to give him medicine and told her to buy it herself. The doctors diagnosed Chung’s husband as having severe pneumonia but she believes that he contracted the CCP virus at the hospital. “They can only count this as bad luck, unfortunate! What else can I do?”
She’s now left with her two daughters, age three and twenty-two years old. She said, she can only hope that the future will be bright.