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Here to stay? China’s cityscapes transformed by thousands of COVID test booths

Financial Express 26 Sep 2022
31, 2019, the WHO’s office in China was informed of cases of pneumonia of an unknown cause in the city of Wuhan, in Hubei province. A thousand days since the World Health Organization (WHO) was told of a “viral pneumonia” in central China, many countries have returned to pre-COVID-19 life.
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Scholars discuss plateau protection

China Daily 22 Sep 2022
An increasing number of scientists, social organizations, local farmers and herdsmen are involved in the protection of the plateau. Qin Tianbao, director of Wuhan University's research institute of environmental law, said that the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau ecological protection ...
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Whistleblower: Fauci funded COVID development

Hot Air 21 Sep 2022
it comes from the former Vice President of the organization himself. A former vice president for the EcoHealth Alliance, a major funder of the Wuhan Institute of Virology, claims that his organization “developed” SARS-CoV-2 through gain-of-function research that makes viruses more dangerous.
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China’s Xi makes sovereignty pledge

Russia Today 15 Sep 2022
Xi’s trip to Kazakhstan is a rare event in recent years, as the president has remained in China to deal with the fallout of the Covid-19 outbreak, which was first detected in the Chinese metropolis of Wuhan.
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Chinese provinces boost development of physical fitness with popularization of winter sports

People Daily 08 Sep 2022
Home to over 30 large venues for winter sports, Hubei Province in central China has brought sporting activities to 2.6 million people, having organized many different winter sports events. In its capital city of Wuhan, 19 schools have been listed in the first batch of schools featuring winter sports education.
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China's Chengdu enforces strict lockdown despite fatal earthquake

ITV 06 Sep 2022
No damage was reported in the city ... China has stuck to its hard-line “zero-Covid” policy of compulsory testing, lockdowns, quarantines and masking despite advice from the World Health Organization (WHO) and moves by most other countries to open up again since the virus was first detected in the Wuhan in late 2019 ... .
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Pandemic could end middle of next year

Hong Kong Standard 01 Sep 2022
Previous Next. Wallis Wang ... Lau, talking on radio, said history has shown that pandemics usually end in three to five years. The Standard Channel ... More>>. It has been over two-and-a-half years since Covid emerged in December 2019 in Wuhan. So Lau predicted the World Health Organization would declare the end of the pandemic in the middle of next year.
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Where has all the competence gone?

LI Herald 01 Sep 2022
JOHN C.O'CONNELL. Many of our institutions are failing us, and unless our faith in their competence and fairness is restored, I think we’re doomed ... Since Covid-19 attacked us from Wuhan, China, we’ve looked to our public health organizations for reliable information ... (It may have been Stephen Hawking.) ... It’s up to us to vote ... ....
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Lie down with McChao and you’ll get bit

Santa Barbara News-Press 28 Aug 2022
Secretary Chao was designated an “international consultant” of the Wuhan government in 2009. Her sister, Angela Chao, is CEO of Foremost and organized a humanitarian shipment of masks, gloves and gowns from New York to Wuhan in partnership with the “Hubei Charity Foundation” in the midst of the pandemic panic.
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Attack from within: Covid vaccines REPROGRAM the immune system to destroy vital organs

Natural News 25 Aug 2022
... (Covid-19) “vaccines” as organ-destroying death shots.
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Nebraska's COVID case numbers drop again

The Grand Island Independent 24 Aug 2022
Li Wenliang in Wuhan, China. Our timeline includes information from a range of sources including news outlets such as the New York Times and CNN, Johns Hopkins' Coronavirus Resource Center, the COVID Tracking Project, science articles, and releases from the World Health Organization (WHO) ... WHO starts tracking illnesses in Wuhan.
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Laying Bare the Secrets of the Pandemic

The Intercept 20 Aug 2022
In China, the government cracked down on citizen journalists reporting from Wuhan and heavily controlled a visit by World Health Organization investigators ... Connelly has spent much of his career studying catastrophic risks to humanity, and in 2011 he helped organize a prescient ...
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New book by China expert exposes origins of COVID-19, slams global pandemic response

Life Site 11 Aug 2022
According to Mosher, the World Health Organization’s insistence that people stop calling COVID-19 the Wuhan Flu, or the China Virus, is just a “clumsy effort to obscure the origins of the pandemic” in what he argues is “part of the WHO’s larger effort to cover up China’s culpability in general.”.
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SARS-related viruses infect thousands in Asia every year: Study

Al Jazeera 10 Aug 2022
They then incorporated data on antibody levels among people who have reported bat contact ... The authors of the study include Peter Daszak, a member of the World Health Organization (WHO) team that was tasked with investigating the origins of COVID-19 and visited Wuhan early last year, where the pandemic was first identified at the end of 2019 ... .

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