Yes, they have repeated the prior fuck up, and then some.So you think that they repeat the previous fuckups like with SARS. Hide the problem, do not inform people, do nothing to prevent the problem to expand?
The SARS outbreak resulted in something like 8,098 cases, resulting in 774 deaths reported in 17 countries.
The Coronavirus is already at 31,439 cases, with 639 deaths (this is likely underreported and will continue to increase), with people infected in 28 countries.
If you have watched the ADV China videos that I have posted you would understand that the Chinese authorities hid the problem, did not inform people, arrested and threatened medical people who tried to escalate awareness of the issue.
Did Chinese authorities “do nothing”?
They certainly acted irresponsibly. What else would you call having a public banquet with 100,000 people sharing food off plates with each other, near Wuhan AND DOING THIS 2 AFTER THE OUTBREAK WAS PUBLICLY ACKNOWLEDGED?
Perhaps they are doing better NOW, but that doesn’t negate the fact that they ignored and covered up things for so long.What I have heard, the Chinese have doing better, but is it enough?
I mean FFS, they were arresting doctors for talking publicly (spreading rumors) about the outbreak days after authorities had admitted its existence.
Measles is a known illness, with established vaccines, and processes for treatment.But putting things in perspective, tens of thousands of people die of measles every year. And the number is increasing, thanks to those nihilistic anti-vaxxers.
Coronavirus is different.
And anti-vaxxers are not the only issue (at least in the US).
With the “migrant caravans” the US saw last year, you have tens(or hundreds) of thousands of people coming from Central America crossing into the US illegally. These people came from areas that don’t have adequate vaccine programs, and the people crossing (illegally) in were not being quarantined or checked for illness. With the children that came in they were being released and shipped across the country as quickly as possible.