Written by Ping
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According to a report on the Chinese website Jimu News, there are incomplete statistics on the announced spillover of the epidemic in Nanjing, saying the CCP virus transmission extending to at least 497 people in 29 places in China. Officials in Jiangsu, Hunan, and Shandong have been held accountable for ineffective prevention and control of the epidemic.
On 4 August, officials in Hunan and Beijing announced the source of the outbreak, which was again confirmed “imported” by three tourists from other provinces who came to Zhangjiajie City and had a short stay at Nanjing Lukou Airport on 17 July.
The results of genome-wide testing of samples from the early cases of the Beijing outbreak indicate that the recent Nanjing outbreak and Beijing infections all belonging to the same transmission chain.
In addition, the latest confirmed cases in Yantai, Shandong, and Macau are also directly or indirectly linked to Nanjing Lukou Airport.
Han Guangzu, deputy director of the Flight Standards Department of the Civil Aviation Administration (CAA), said during a press conference that there are several reasons for the gathering at Nanjing Lukou Airport, which include inadequate implementation of the prevention and control system, a lax and paralyzed mindset among airport staff due to long periods of smooth operation, and outsourcing of airport cleaning operations without strict implementation of epidemic prevention and control responsibilities.
Dozens of relevant public officials have been removed from their posts due to the dereliction of their duties.
No one knows the real cause of the fast-spreading of the virus transmission in China but those officials removed from the posts are most likely the scapegoat under the CCP regime.