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What China’s empty new coronavirus hospitals say about its secretive system Even after declaring a crisis, government seemed focused on managing its image as well as the outbreak https://www.theguardian.com/world/2020/feb/12/what-chinas-empty-new-coronavirus-hospitals-say-about-its-secretive-system Emma Graham-Harrison Wed 12 Feb 2020 16.50 GMTLast modified on Wed 12 Feb 2020 20.15 GMT    Flowers and a photo of the whistleblower doctor Li Wenliang at a hospital in Wuhan. Photograph: AP China’s two new hospitals built in as many weeks were the official face of its fight against the coronavirus in Wuhan. As the city was locked down, authorities promised that thousands of doctors would be on hand to treat 2,600 patients on the facilities’ wards. Timelapse videos tracked the almost incomprehensibly  fast construction  of the hospitals, and state media celebrated their...See more

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https://www.taiwannews.com.tw/en/news/3871594 Tencent may have accidentally leaked real data on Wuhan virus deaths Tencent briefly lists 154,023 infections and 24,589 deaths from Wuhan coronavirus By  Keoni Everington , Taiwan News, Staff Writer 2020/02/05 18:59 Left to right are "nationally confirmed cases," "suspected cases," "cured," and "deaths." (Internet photo) TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — As many experts question the veracity of China's statistics for the Wuhan coronavirus outbreak, Tencent over the weekend seems to have inadvertently released what is potentially the actual number of infections and deaths, which were astronomically higher than official figures, but are eerily in line with predictions from a respected scientific journal. As early as Jan. 26, netizens were reporting that Tencent, on its webpage titled "Epidemic Situation Tracker" was briefly showing data...See more

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