(Natural News) In a shocking turn of events, Caixin, a state-run media outlet in communist China, has finally fessed up about the mass underreporting of coronavirus deaths in Wuhan, ground-zero for the Wuhan coronavirus (CoVid-19) pandemic.
Confirming what we and others in the independent media have been saying for weeks now, Caixin published an exposé addressing the major discrepancy between the official numbers and the actual numbers, which one doctor based out of Hunan says is a factor of 50 to one.
For every 50 actual deaths, in other words, communist China is only reporting one death, which means the true Wuhan coronavirus (CoVid-19) death count is substantially higher than what the world is being told.
Of particular concern are the number of deaths occurring in prisons and nursing homes, which are almost going completely unnoticed as the communist Chinese regime focuses almost exclusively on what’s going on in Wuhan’s hospitals.
We know that Chinese authorities missed some 500 cases of the Wuhan coronavirus (CoVid-19) that emerged in a handful of prisons located both in and out of Hubei, which prompted some journalists and local officials to take a closer look at the situation.
Amazingly, one local nursing home that sits just blocks away from the Huanan seafood market where the Wuhan coronavirus (CoVid-19) was initially said to have emerged has seen a sharp increase in the number of deaths among its patients – the highest number of deaths in this short a period of time perhaps ever, some of its workers say.
In this particular nursing home, some 19 people have died since the outbreak first went public, and yet only one of them was attributed to the Wuhan coronavirus (CoVid-19).
Since proper testing isn’t being conducted, in many cases, officials are getting away with blaming things like “pneumonia” or “infection” for this unusual uptick in deaths when, in all likelihood, they’re probably just undiagnosed Wuhan coronavirus (CoVid-19) cases.
“A list of the dead at the social welfare facility obtained by Caixin showed 15 fatalities between Dec. 23 and Feb. 11 and four more Feb. 18,” the state-run news outlet reported. “Of the total of 19 fatalities, only the death of an 83-year-old male Feb. 15 was clearly linked to Covid-19.”
“Either others were attributed to infections, including six to lung infections and two deaths from shock caused by infection. The remaining 10 fatalities were reportedly from other causes, and five of them took place before Feb. 11 when the nursing home started testing for Covid-19.”
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One of the nursing home deaths was a 27-year-old female in the prime of her life
While 18 of the 19 deaths during this time period occurred in people above the age of 80, and some in their 90s, with various preexisting conditions, keep in mind that the remaining death occurred in a 27-year-old woman who’s said to have had cholecystitis, or an inflamed gallbladder.
While this case wasn’t officially diagnosed as the Wuhan coronavirus (CoVid-19), it is highly suspect in light of all the others that more than likely were. It suggests that this deadly illness isn’t killing just the elderly, but also younger people in the prime of their lives.
“So, their 2,442 death count means at least 122,000 dead,” pointed out one Zero Hedge commenter about the 50-to-one discrepancy in China’s official death count.
“As far as I was concerned even four weeks ago, the ‘infected’ number they were giving was the actual death count,” wrote another.
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Sources for this article include:
- Chinese state media admits official coronavirus count is a lie, Hunan Doctor Says There are 50 Deaths for every 1 reported
- CDC Drops Some Truly Alarming News About Coronavirus in America
- Pelosi and Schumer Block Coronavirus Funds
- Coronavirus is Mutating: Iranian strain is different than strain from Wuhan