Wuhan Locals on Coronavirus Lockdown: ‘The Trauma Is So Deep’

In Wuhan – the origin location of the Chinese coronavirus pandemic – locals say that the city’s 11-week coronavirus lockdown caused severe “trauma” to both the urban center’s economy and its residents’ collective psyche, contradicting Chinese Communist Party (CCP) propaganda suggesting that the capital of Hubei province has returned to a pre-pandemic normal.


Chinese City on North Korea Border Declares Coronavirus Martial Law

A city in China’s northeastern Jilin province, bordering North Korea, declared “wartime control mode” over coronavirus, locking down communities over the weekend after twelve Chinese coronavirus cases were recorded within three days, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) newspaper Global Times reported on Sunday.

Police officers wearing face masks to protect against the spread of new coronavirus stand guard outside of Hankou train station ahead of the resumption of train services in Wuhan in central China's Hubei Province, Wednesday, April 8, 2020. After 11 weeks of lockdown, the first train departed Wednesday morning from …

China Admits Coronavirus Cases Appearing Again in Wuhan

After weeks of claiming the coronavirus has been completely eradicated from Wuhan and its surrounding Hubei province, save for a few “imported” infections brought by foreigners and Chinese citizens returning home from abroad, the Chinese government admitted over the weekend that fresh coronavirus outbreaks are occurring in Wuhan and other cities.


Xi Jinping Admits Coronavirus Still a Problem in China

Chinese Communist Party (CCP) propaganda has been declaring near-total victory over the coronavirus for a month, but on Wednesday Chinese dictator Xi Jinping admitted at a leadership meeting that the Wuhan virus is still a major problem in China.

Chinese president Xi Jinping walks during a welcome ceremony for Bulgaria's President Rumen Radev at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing on July 3, 2019. (Photo by NICOLAS ASFOURI / AFP) (Photo credit should read NICOLAS ASFOURI/AFP/Getty Images)

Chinese Woman Facing 10 Years in Prison for Protesting Coronavirus Response

A 45-year-old woman named Zeng who lives in central China near Wuhan, center of the coronavirus pandemic, has been charged with “picking quarrels and provoking trouble” – the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) all-purpose charge for silencing dissidents – after organizing two rallies against poor coronavirus management and overpriced food. She could face up to ten years in prison.

BEIJING, CHINA - JANUARY 26: Chinese police officers wearing masks stand in front of the Tiananmen Gate on January 26, 2020 in Beijing, China. The number of cases of coronavirus rose to 1,975 in mainland China on Sunday. Authorities tightened restrictions on travel and tourism this weekend after putting Wuhan, …

Report: China’s Coronavirus Data Off by Millions of Cases

A report published by the American Enterprise Institute (AEI) this week denounced China’s official coronavirus statistics as mathematically improbable and estimated the true number of infections from the epidemic in China was about 2.9 million, over a hundred times the total of 81,907 infections claimed by Beijing as of Friday.

TOPSHOT - A medical staff member (C) wearing protective clothing to help stop the spread of a deadly virus which began in the city, walks at the Wuhan Red Cross Hospital in Wuhan on January 24, 2020. - Chinese authorities rapidly expanded a mammoth quarantine effort aimed at containing a …

Report: Chinese Regime Data Puts First Wuhan Coronavirus Case in November

The South China Morning Post (SCMP) on Friday obtained data from the Chinese government that pinpointed the first clear case of the Wuhan coronavirus occuring on November 17, 2019. The Wuhan medical community began suspecting it had an epidemic on its hands in late December, but was suppressed by Communist Party officials who wished to conceal the crisis for as long as possible.

This photo taken on January 30, 2020 shows a doctor putting on a pair of protective glasses before entering the isolation ward at a hospital in Wuhan in China's central Hubei province, during the virus outbreak in the city. - The World Health Organization declared a global emergency over the …

China Orders Wuhan Residents to Get Back to Work

Various industries in the Chinese city of Wuhan, the epicenter of the coronavirus epidemic, were reportedly told by officials to go back to work on Wednesday after communist dictator Xi Jinping visited the city for the first time since the outbreak began.

In this Sunday, Feb. 23, 2020, photo, workers take a rest near the closed restaurant and bank in Wuhan in central China's Hubei province. Warning that China's virus epidemic is "still grim and complex," President Xi Jinping called Sunday for more efforts to stop the outbreak, revive industry and prevent …

Report: China Locked Away Wuhan Residents at Gunpoint to Protect Xi Jinping

Chinese dictator Xi Jinping finally visited Wuhan, epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak, on Tuesday. Xi’s visit was meant to signal the virus is under control and Wuhan can get back to work, but residents of the city used social media to illuminate what Radio Free Asia (RFA) called the “massive security and propaganda operation surrounding Xi’s visit.”

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