Chinese professor said - information about the epidemic was hidden, the market was cleaned before the investigators reached - Daily Current fairs

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Tuesday, 28 July 2020

Chinese professor said - information about the epidemic was hidden, the market was cleaned before the investigators reached

Chinese professor said - information about the epidemic was hidden, the market was cleaned before the investigators reached

The Chinese professor has revealed the mystery of epidemic coronavirus, which causes havoc all over the world. The Chinese professor has claimed that the Chinese administration hid important information about the corona epidemic. Not only this, but all evidence was also erased before investigators reached Wuhan’s market.


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China has been accused of not disclosing information about the virus in time. Because of this, the epidemic spread all over the world. However, China continues to deny these allegations.


Hidden initial cases


According to media reports, Professor Kwok-Yung Yen stated that he felt that the Wuhan administration tried to hide the historic cases of Corona. Chinese professors are among those who first claimed that the virus could spread from one person to another.


He told of the outbreak of Corona from Wuhan Market when he reached Wuhan’s Seafood Market to collect evidence of the virus. Before that, the local administration had completely cleaned that place. You can say that the crime scene had already been changed. Because the seafood market was completely cleaned up so we could not find out from which animal this virus reached the common man.


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We had already suspected the administration: Professor


The professor said in an interview that because of the slow action of Wuhan on the increasing cases in the area; we suspected that efforts were being made to suppress the case. He said that the local authorities, who should have taken the matter seriously, took the matter lightly.

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