At present, three years after the Wuhan outbreak of COVID, China is suffering a nationwide outbreak. However, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) hides the actual infection numbers to pretend the pandemic is still under control.
A leakage occurred about a social media chat among officials at Wuxi City, Jiangsu Province. Wuxi city held an internal meeting to inform its officials that the provincial leaders criticized the city for being “too slow to get people into positive (people are not infected fast enough).” The province wants “the majority of the people (of Wuxi) to catch (COVID)” by March, 2023, so that its economy “can resume to a normal rate of operation” afterward.
Another leakage revealed that a social media chat (among officials at Wuxi City, Jiangsu Province) showed that Wuxi city held an internal meeting to inform its officials that the provincial leaders criticized Wuxi for being “too slow to report positive results (having fewer people infected).” The province wants “a majority of the people (of Wuxi) to catch (COVID) once” by March, 2023, so that its economy “can resume to a normal rate of operation.”
Ji’nan Times reported that, on December 23, Bo Tao, Director of the Health Commission of Qingdao City, Shandong Province, stated that each day, there were 490 to 530 thousand people in the 10-million-population of the city who got infected. He predicted the number would increase by 10 percent each day starting on December 24 and 25 and said “the peak is yet to come.”
On the other hand, the CCP’s official count is unbelievably low. It reported 4,103 total infection cases throughout the whole nation on December 23, with only 31 new cases in Shangdong Province.
An Internet posting showed a notice posted at the reception desk of one funeral home. The notice requires people to write and sign a statement saying: “I confirm that the deceased (insert name) did not pass away due to COVID. I take full responsibility for hiding any information.”
1. Epoch Times, December 22, 2022
2. Epoch Times, December 25, 2022
3. Radio Free Asia, December 27, 2022