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China is Hiding Its Covid-19 Situation: Satellite Images Revealed the Truth

World Health Organisation (WHO) asked China to show transparency in sharing the Covid-19 data.

The new subvariant of Covid XBB.1.5 has a rapid spread rate and China is hiding its Covid data from everyone.

US made “radical transparency” to battle a covid new Omicron sub-variant XBB.1.5.

WHO technical lead on COVID-19 Maria Van Kerkhove said “Washington had supplied virtually all the data available so far on XBB.1.5, which has     proven the most-transmissible form of the virus to date.”

The new sub-variant of Omicron XBB.1.5 COVID-19 is highly infectious and dodges immunity protection from prior infections or vaccination.

WHO emergencies director, Michael Ryan said “WHO still believes that deaths are heavily under-reported from China”.

United Nations Health Agency expressed concern that many countries that include China are not focusing on testing and sequencing, to detect possible new variants of the Virus.

Countries are Taking Strict Measures Against China Tourists

China Covid - 19 Satellite Images

Dr. Ryan said, “WHO still did not have adequate information to make a full, comprehensive risk assessment”. 

Last month China dropped its “zero-Covid” policy. And also lifts travel bans which will be dangerous for other countries.

Australian govt. introduced a new policy on 5 January, which required people coming into the country from China, Hong Kong, and Macau to provide a negative test result before arrival.

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Satellite Images Show Different Picture of China Covid -19 Conditions

China Covid - 19 Satellite Images

The world is continuously claiming that China is still hiding its real conditions of Covid-19.

Recent satellite images taken by Maxar Technologies show the real truth of China’s Covid-19 tally.

According to the CNN report, “ Almost 250 million people in China may have caught Covid-19 in the first 20 days of December.”

Damien Symon, a geospatial intelligence researcher shared on his Twitter account the satellite images of overcrowding funeral homes and crematoriums.

The funeral homes in the cities such as Kunming, Yunnan Province, Nanjing, Jiangsu Chengdu, Sichuan Tangshan, Hebei, Huzhou, Zhejiang, and Tonggzhou show a huge number of vehicles on the streets.

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