Case Closed. Here Is Why China’s Coronavirus Numbers Are So Low!

Watch this video and read the CLOSED CAPTIONS…

  1. You are put on a list to get X-rays, to look for the presence of ground-glass opacity which is typical in pneumonia cases — and a symptom of 2019-nCoV Wuhan coronavirus according to this article in The Lancet.
  2. Only after you get the X-rays do you get to see a doctor.
  3. You then must travel from hospital to hospital trying to get an appointment with a doctor.
  4. Once you get an appointment if the X-rays are not recent, the doctor cannot prioritize your treatment and he sends you back to step #1.
  5. If the doctor deems you to be serious enough.  He will allow you to be tested for the 2019-nCoV Wuhan coronavirus using a test kit.  However, there have only been about 100 test kits distributed to each hospital.  10,000 test kits total for 11 million people.  There are so few, even the hospital staff hoards them for their own use – just in case.  (Which is understandable human nature.)
  6. Without the test kit results, and a X-ray you can’t be diagnosed with 2019-nCoV Wuhan coronavirus.
  7. If you aren’t diagnosed with 2019-nCoV Wuhan coronavirus you aren’t admitted to the hospital.  You are sent home.
  8. If you are sent home.  You do not show up on China’s stats as a confirmed case.  You also don’t show up on WHO’s site as a confirmed case.
  9. You go home and try and survive.  If you die at home — you didn’t die of 2019-nCoV Wuhan coronavirus.  You don’t show up on the list.  You died of something else.
  10. Case closed.
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