John Adolphe, Reporter
Oct 13th, 2020
QINGDAO —– On Oct 11th, Qingdao Municipal Health Commission claimed that 6 COVID-19 cases were found in the city. At the same time, the local government claimed an emergency status. It commanded in a statement that all citizens in Qingdao have to take COVID testing within five days, and this meant that about 6 million tests would be performed. Qingdao authorities make a data-based statement that testing could be done within the five-day constraint.
The CCP is doing something underneath the desk again. As Mr. Lude mentioned, Qingdao is the homeland of two important personages – The whistleblower Dr. Limeng Yan and famous former football player Haidong Hao. He said that “the family members of these two brave whistleblowers may be the target of the CCP and that the government may want to hurt them in the name of COVID”.
As many crowds gathered, opposite voices against the group-testing appeared. People worried that there would be an immense potential spread of the virus as there was no space limit on people waiting in line. They claimed that since there were only several positive cases, it was much easier for the local government to track their close contacts than testing 6 million people in the city.
Many people believe that the breakout happened after CCP’s National Day; however, evidence illustrated that the government covered up the second wave of COVID-19 before the holidays. A WeChat screenshot displays the article titled “Don’t travel to Qingdao” was published ten days before the COVID-19 breakout. The message was meant to inform the employees of a Shanghai hospital to stop going to Qingdao as there may be cases emerging. It looks that the authorities knew the event of COVID-19 breakout in advance. Many may wonder why do they do that? Well, one thing that we assure is that the regime wants to use the holidays to boost its economy a bit to show the world that it is still strong. Yet, we know that it is already coming to an end.