s it possible that China is not disclosing an actual korona infected person in China?

Mudassir Ali
Jan 30, 2020 12:10 PM 0 Answers
Member Since Dec 2019
Subscribed Subscribe Not subscribe
Mudassir Ali
- Jan 30, 2020 12:10 PM

The question is not phrased well, but I’ll take a stab at it …

China has (to the best of our knowledge) been open about the infection: where it started, supplied information as to its structure, and provided information about how many have been affected as well as mortality figures. Is it possible that China is suppressing the real truth for fear of arousing public panic? Certainly. We could even assume China might be doing so to prevent public unrest. Even so, the information we have received (and continue to receive) from China is important to our understanding of the virus, how it is transmitted, how virulent it is, and how and why it kills.

Given ongoing public interest and concern, the World Health Organization will continue to investigate and scrutinize those facts released by the Chinese government through its health ministry.

Responses should be considered general in nature, and not specific to any one person; consequently, they are not to be construed as specific medical advice and do not create a doctor/patient relationship. For more specific advice unique to your particular situation, consult a local medical professional.

Reply on This
Replying as Submit
0 Subscribers
Submit Answer
Please login to submit answer.
0 Answers