The Chinese city of Wuhan is the subject of a revised casualty report- which magically jumped 50% overnight.
Considered “ground zero” for the pandemic that has effectively slowed the entire world to a near-halt, Wuhan officials have since boosted the fatality numbers from 2,579 to 3,869.
Despite the sudden uptick, China’s efforts to cover up the virus casualty numbers in recent months still leaves many skeptical of whether or not the numbers are accurate.
The overall number of cases in Wuhan have spiked to 50,333, allegedly accounting for over 60% of China’s infected.
According to the New York Post, the Chinese government waited six days before letting citizens know that there was a viral outbreak in Wuhan.
Lunar New Year celebration travels are being blamed as one of the primary reasons for the spreading of the virus, with the first case of the virus being reported on December 31.
Since then, around 2.1 million people have been infected and 145,000 have died.
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