China can’t hide the epidemic anymore? Party media suddenly release unusual signals

Beijing residents wait in line for a nucleic acid test for the Chinese Communist pneumonia (Covid-19) virus on Jan. 23, 2021.

On March 30, the Communist Party media reported an update on the Communist Party virus (New Crown Pneumonia) outbreak the previous day. This was one of the few times that the party media reported on the outbreak. According to some commentators, the party media’s report released an unusual signal based on the Communist Party’s National health Commission’s notification of the outbreak. It seems that the Epidemic in China cannot be covered up anymore.

In an article published by the Epoch Times, commentator Zhong Yuan said that on March 30, the Chinese Communist Party media reported the latest epidemic, releasing an unusual signal.

On the same day, the Communist Party’s Xinhua News Agency quoted a notice from the Communist Party’s National Health Commission, reporting on the outbreak on the 29th. Eight new cases were confirmed, three in Shanghai, three in Sichuan and two in Guangdong.

This was one of the few times in recent days that Xinhua reported on the epidemic, as did the People’s Daily on the same day. It was one of the few days in a row that the CCP’s Health and Welfare Commission reported fewer new cases.

According to the CPC Health Committee’s reports for the past few days: on March 28, there were 15 new confirmed cases; on the 27th, 8; on the 26th, 12; on the 25th, 11; on the 24th, 11; and on the 23rd, 10.

Zhong Yuan’s analysis shows that in the past week, the number of confirmed cases officially announced by the CCP has remained at around 10 to show that the epidemic is stable, but the CCP does not dare to clear zero, indicating that the epidemic is always there, but only artificially controls the number of confirmed cases at around 10, constantly creating a flat curve of the epidemic that is unparalleled in the world.

The Communist Party media suddenly reported the outbreak on March 29 not only because the Health Care Commission announced only eight new cases that day, but also because the number of asymptomatic infections announced that day was also the lowest in recent days.

According to the CPC’s Health and Welfare Commission, there were six new asymptomatic cases on the 29th, 18 on the 28th, 19 on the 27th, 27 on the 26th, 31 on the 25th and 10 on the 24th.

Zhong Yuan said, according to the Chinese Communist Party’s rules, asymptomatic infections are not considered confirmed cases, which should also be a major oddity in the world. But since they are not considered confirmed cases, how are asymptomatic infections determined? The criteria set by the CCP are actually very confusing and are used to conceal the epidemic, as long as one is not hospitalized, one can be considered asymptomatic and not a confirmed case.

The article analyzes that the epidemic seems to be somewhat concealed across China, with the Communist Party’s National Health Commission’s notification showing a sudden jump in the number of asymptomatic infections in the past week, but without specifying which regions.

On March 29, the health commission announced the fewest cases, just six. The authors say that this should be one of the reasons for the sudden reporting of the outbreak by the Communist Party media. Previously, when there were more asymptomatic infections, the CCP media remained silent.

According to the article, the CCP media’s sudden reporting of the outbreak does not hide the fact that the mainland is likely experiencing a new wave of the epidemic, which should be consistent with the third wave of the epidemic around the world. Knowing that the CCP cannot cover it up, the party media may be warming up again.

The photo shows Beijing residents lining up for a nucleic acid test on Jan. 28.

According to the official website of the Communist Party’s National Health Commission, on March 30, China confirmed six new local cases and five imported cases, for a total of 11 cases. Yunnan Province announced that there were six confirmed local cases and another three cases were confirmed from asymptomatic infected persons.

Netizens posted a video disclosing that from 9:30 pm on the 30th, the city of Ruili, Yunnan Province was suddenly declared closed and police cars started patrolling the streets and broadcasting to residents along the streets, asking all residents to be quarantined at Home. All stores also received a notice to remove all stalls, close immediately and quarantine their homes.

Local residents received a notice that the closure would begin at 9:30 p.m. on March 30 and all people and vehicles would be prohibited. Residents were immediately quarantined at home and notified when the control measures would be lifted. Meanwhile, authorities sent a medical team to Ruili overnight to provide support.

The video shows that people in Ruili city have been lining up for nucleic acid testing since March 29, and as late as 2:00 at night, there were still a large number of people lining up for nucleic acid testing.

Moreover, the gate to Myanmar at Jigao in Ruili City has been completely closed and blocked, and the authorities only use loud speakers at the gate to inform the vehicles arriving at the gate to turn around and return in place. There are many armed police or military soldiers with guns at the site of the closure, and special police are carrying iron horses to completely block the road.

With such a sudden local move, outsiders wonder if the more serious outbreak is being deliberately concealed.

This comes on the heels of a new round of Communist virus outbreaks that have been spreading across China since late 2020, with Beijing’s Chaoyang district initially designated as a medium-risk area and Shijingshan district put on a war footing. Hebei, near Beijing, and Heilongjiang in the northeast are the hardest hit by this wave of outbreaks.

Since early January, Hebei has been in a state of war. Among them, Shijiazhuang and Xingtai began to rush to build “large centralized isolation sites” in early January. Xingtai Nangong set up an emergency shelter with more than 5,000 beds; Shijiazhuang Zhengding County set up a centralized quarantine site for 3,000 people, which reportedly covers an area of 500 acres.

Since early February, many places in Hebei have announced the lifting of the closure of the city and households, and said to orderly restore production and living order. Among them, Shijiazhuang City Gaocheng District was closed for more than 40 days until February 22 and reduced to a low-risk area.

The pandemic, which has now lasted more than a year, has infected more than 128 million people worldwide and killed more than 2.8 million. The current Communist virus outbreak has mutated into an even more contagious pandemic that continues to ravage the world.