Did China Accidentally Leak The REAL Wuhan Coronavirus Deaths?

Did a computer glitch accidentally leak the real 2019-nCoV Wuhan coronavirus numbers?

According to a story in the Taiwan News, that may have happened…

On late Saturday evening (Feb. 1), the Tencent webpage showed confirmed cases of the Wuhan virus in China as standing at 154,023, 10 times the official figure at the time.

It listed the number of suspected cases as 79,808, four times the official figure.

The number of cured cases was only 269, well below the official number that day of 300.

Most ominously, the death toll listed was 24,589, vastly higher than the 300 officially listed that day.

Moments later, Tencent updated the numbers to reflect the government’s “official” numbers that day. Netizens noticed that Tencent has on at least three occasions posted extremely high numbers, only to quickly lower them to government-approved statistics.

As I have been saying for weeks now: China is not only lying about the real numbers of casualties — there is no way they could know for sure. Because people are being turned away from the hospitals and are dying before they are diagnosed with Wuhan coronavirus.

Looking at the listed numbers I also find it odd that they list “cured”. Does that mean everyone that isn’t declared cured dead?

WUHAN, CHINA – Why is there a smoky haze over the quarantined city? No cars are allowed on the streets but two (2) taxis per neighborhood — and emergency vehicles. Reports say the smoke is from burning the dead bodies

There are reports that all the cities crematoriums are running 24/7 burning the dead. If there were only 500+ deaths, the crematoriums in such a large city wouldn’t be running constantly.

6 comments… add one
  • Chad Hicks says:

    This sounds really scary. How long do you think this has actually been going on in China?

    • Sarge says:

      I’m not sure Chad. However people that have been watching say that it has happened more than once.

  • Alice says:

    Looking at the listed numbers I also find it odd that they list “cured”. Does that mean everyone that isn’t declared cured dead?

    I find this argument to be strikingly flawed. You are making the assumption that if not cured then the patient must be dead. Could there be patients still under treatment? Yes.

    • Sarge says:

      Thanks for your comment Alice.

      I am not making an assumption that a patient that isn’t cured is dead. My question was rhetorical because the math doesn’t make sense at all… Even given the lag in the incubation period.

  • Sherry Lynn says:

    Some patients have had repeat episodes of Coronavirus, so are you ever really “cured” from the virus? Also it takes longer than two weeks to come back, so does that mean the incubation period is longer than originally stated? So much we do not know about this horrific weaponized virus!!

    • Sarge says:

      Thanks Sherry Lynn for your excellent comment! You are absolutely right that we still don’t know some very important information about the virus. There are people that are showing reinfection. That could be due to a number of reasons…

      1. It lasts much longer than 14 days according to medical studies. Read here -> https://www.asktheprepper.com/victims-can-spread-covid-19-for-weeks/
      2. Shitty diagnostic testing. False negatives are apparently common with testing. Not a good thing when you’re trying to prevent spread. That is why I think a 14 day quarantine period is insufficient at best.
      3. There are still so much we don’t understand about this virus. Some viruses are known to hang out in the central nervous system I’ve read some research in the past week concerning that very thing might be happening with COVID 19. The herpes virus does the same thing.

      The LA Times has published some good work concerning this virus. I was just reading this article yesterday that you might find worth reading… https://www.latimes.com/world-nation/story/2020-03-13/china-japan-korea-coronavirus-reinfection-test-positive

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