China Continues With Cover Up Strategies While WHO Still Praising It. New Cases In China Only 411, Death Toll Now 2236
China Health Authorities new methodology of reporting figures is making no sense and causing lots of confusions among local and international media and even data reporting centers across the world who are reporting on the coronavirus
tolls via their live sites. The accuracy of all such data reported by any media can now doubted including those by Thailand Medical News
on the death tolls and number of infected cases in China. For instance, today we were only given death tolls only from Hubei as being a total of 115 deaths and new infections from only Hubei as 411. Figures from the rest of China were not disclosed.
Adding these figures to past previous cumulatives for China, gives us the total number of deaths as only 2236 while the total number of infected cases as only 76 195. However this is not an accurate manner of presenting the real death tolls and number of infected cases in China as figures from the rest of the provinces in China were not given for the last few days.
Similar sites reporting live data on the coronavirus i
nfections are also no longer reliable including that from John Hopkins, Worldmeters and also as reported in any of the international media such as CNN, BBC, Aljazeera, The Guardian, New York Times etc
China is trying various strategies to conceal death tolls an also its number of infected cases by changing its diagnostic criteria to even the type of figures it releases each day.
While the general public is being made a mockery, WHO or The World health Organization is the only entity that is so far accepting all figures from Chna with any questions and even basing all their reports on it.
“A continued decline in the number of new cases of coronavirus
infections in China is encouraging,” the World Health Organisation (WHO) said on Thursday.
"We are encouraged by this trend but this is no time for complacency," the WHO's director-general, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, told a briefing in Geneva.
Many European, US, Canadian, Australian, Japanese and Korean politicians are now doubting WHO’S credibility with mounting calls that the leadership team at WHO should resign.
Many countries are also not heeding to WHO’s calls for fundings and also its advise against travel restrictions, travel bands and border closures.
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