Wuhan Mayor admits: We haven't published information about Corona in time
mayor of Wuhan, as Wang acknowledged that his team had not released information about the crisis in time

One of the most influential interviewees emerged in the early days of the Coronavirus outbreak in China, from Zhu Xianwang, mayor of Wuhan, as Wang acknowledged that his team had not released information about the crisis in time.

The timetable did not refer to Wang's comments, which are widely reported by the media inside China and abroad, in response to accusations that Beijing tried to cover up the scale of the Corona disease outbreak, and the official Chinese news agency released a timetable explaining how the spread of the Coronavirus.

The state-run Xinhua News Agency said the timetable demonstrated how the country exchanged information and cooperated internationally in an advanced manner with the aim of combating the spread of the virus.

The 37-page document, as described by Xinhua, included the basic facts and measures China has taken to contain the epidemic. She particularly praised the role of President Xi Jinping and other communist leaders.

The British newspaper Daily Mail, which published a long investigation about the beginning of the outbreak of the deadly disease, ignored the huge Chinese report, some of the most important events of the health crisis, which each played a decisive role in the development of the global emergency:

The onset of emergence .. And the first to monitor the emergence of the virus

Eight medical workers in Wuhan, China, were accused of the outbreak of the virus, which sounded the alarm at the end of December, of spreading false news, and the police had reprimanded them at the time.

China, were accused of the outbreak of the virus

The most famous of them was the late doctor Li Wenliang, who died of coronavirus on February 7 after being on the front line of fighting Corona.

Early on December 30, 34-year-old Wenliang posted messages to a social media chat group used by local doctors, warning them of SARS on the seafood market in Wuhan. The alert came more than three weeks before Wuhan was completely closed.

A statement issued by the Wuhan Police on January 1, condemned Dr. Wenliang and other doctors for posting incorrect information without adequate evidence.

Huanan seafood market

Researchers and authorities have linked the start of the virus outbreak to the Huanan Seafood Market, a famous market in the city of 11 million people.

Researchers and authorities have linked the start of the virus outbreak to the Huanan Seafood Market, a famous market in the city of 11 million people.

The report claimed that 27 cases were identified in the market as of December 31, and city officials began to study the connection of the virus at the time to the market.

However, some other reports indicated that the first patient was not related to the market.

Destroy virus analysis samples

A prominent survey report accused Chinese officials of ordering laboratories to stop testing and destroying all coronavirus samples in the early stages of an outbreak.

Destroy virus analysis samples

On January 1, officials from Hubei Provincial Health Committee imposed a ban on some companies that deal with gene sequences that identified a new strain of SARS-like coronary virus early December 27.

The appointment was more than a week before the death of the first patient in Wuhan, a 61-year-old man.

When did the Chinese president know?

The date that Chinese President Xi Jinping learned of the virus outbreak remains a mystery.

The date that Chinese President Xi Jinping learned of the virus outbreak remains a mystery.

The timetable, as well as many official media reports, claimed that Xi issued instructions on the epidemic response on January 7.

However, an investigation into public government documents and official reports revealed that the president's talk about the Coronavirus was not released in any reports until February 15.

Confession of the mayor of Wuhan

One of the most influential interviewees emerged in the early days of the outbreak from Zhu Xian Wang, mayor of Wuhan.

One of the most influential interviewees emerged in the early days of the outbreak from Zhu Xian Wang, mayor of Wuhan.

Wang admitted that his team had not released information about the crisis in time.

The timetable did not refer to Wang's comments, which were widely reported by the media inside and outside China.

Lie control disease

Xinhua said in an article published on January 10, quoting an expert, that the condition of patients who had mysterious viral pneumonia could be largely controlled.

Professor Hu Ki of the Hubei People's Hospital claimed that most of the patients had mild to moderate symptoms, and that some of the first patients recovered and left the hospital.

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