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From: Weasel (poptardo)Feb-7 7:11 PM 
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Doctor who tried to warn people about coronavirus has died.

 

The Chinese doctor who was one of the original whistleblowers on coronavirus has died, according to the New York Times, the Washington Post and ABC News. Earlier in the day, Wuhan City Central Hospital, where Li Wenliang was being treated, said on the Chinese social media site Weibo that doctors there were trying to save him.

The 34-year-old initially made news after he was punished by Wuhan police for alerting people about coronavirus in its early stages. Michael Ryan, PhD, the executive director of the World Health Organization’s Health Emergencies Program, shared his condolences on Twitter. “We are deeply saddened by the passing of Dr. Li Wenliang. We all need to celebrate work that he did on #2019nCoV,” he wrote.

Li spoke out earlier this week about his treatment by the Chinese government in the aftermath of warning colleagues on WeChat (a Chinese messaging app) about coronavirus before the Chinese government announced the outbreak was happening. Li was reportedly accused by Wuhan police of spreading rumors and rebuked for "spreading rumors online" and "severely disrupting social order.”

Li said in an interview with CNN that he was scared he was going to be arrested. "My family would worry sick about me, if I lose my freedom for a few days," he said. He reportedly had to sign a statement that acknowledged he committed a misdemeanor and promised not to commit further "unlawful acts." He tested positive for the coronavirus on Feb. 1 after unknowingly treating a patient who had it.

Coronavirus has now infected 28,353 people worldwide and caused 565 deaths, according to data gathered by Johns Hopkins University.

The news of Li’s severe illness raises a lot of new questions about coronavirus.


Yahoo Lifestyle    Korin Miller February 6, 2020
https://news.yahoo.com/doctor-who-tried-to-warn-people-about-coronavirus-has-died-211153344.html

 

 
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From: Weasel (poptardo)Feb-7 8:01 PM 
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 dragon
 

Anger in China after coronavirus whistleblower doctor dies from disease

Channel 4 News 7 Feb 2020
https://youtu.be/9t8AUTYda04

There has been an outpouring of grief and anger in China after the doctor who raised the alarm over the coronavirus died of the disease. There has been an outpouring of grief and anger in China after the doctor who raised the alarm over the coronavirus died of the disease.

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From: B0BBI3Feb-8 11:31 AM 
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NO ONE CAN TRUST THE GOVERNMENTS ANYMORE!

They silenced him forever! 

 

 

 
From: NYCKGBFeb-9 9:38 AM 
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Some truth comes up in France

Coronavirus: Censors struggle to mute online outrage over whistleblower's death


FRANCE 24 English 7 Feb 2020
https://youtu.be/c48SwkMz0zc
Grief and anger have prompted strong reactions to the death of a whistleblower in China. Dr Li Wenliang has fallen victim to the coronavirus he tried to warn people about back in December. Silenced by the police, he has become a symbol of Chinese state censorship. Even his death was reportedly manipulated by the authorities.

 

 

 
From: SylveriaFeb-9 4:55 PM 
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China completely entrusts the worst human rights criminalities!  worried

That's not even counting what's happening in their encampments. Chinese are dying in throngs, a great deal than reported and yet they condemn countries for travelling prohibition. The real numbers could surprise the world.

 

 

 
From: ObezlixFeb-11 1:12 AM 
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The Chinese government most certainly killed him off!!!

 

 
From: Pooff (BunnyPoof)Feb-11 12:42 PM 
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It's sad that he died, because a lot is not known about the virus...

 

 
From: Fella13Feb-13 3:21 PM 
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Dr. Li Wenliang could have saved lives!

The grim new tally came a day after China had reported its lowest number of new coronavirus cases in two weeks, bolstering a forecast by the country’s senior medical adviser that the epidemic could end by April.

COVID-19: astonished

China reports over 14,800 new cases, 242 deaths in highest single-day jump.

The Chinese province at the epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak reported a record rise in the death toll on Thursday under a new method for diagnosing cases, as health experts warned the epidemic could get worse before it gets better. Health officials in Hubei province said 242 people had died from the flu-like virus on Wednesday, the fastest rise in the daily count since the pathogen was identified in December, and bringing the total number of deaths in the province to 1,310. The previous record rise in the toll was 103 on Feb. 10.

By Winni Zhou and Dominique Patton Reuters
Posted February 12, 2020 7:28 pm
Updated February 13, 2020 7:57 am

https://globalnews.ca/news/6544259/covid-19-coronavirus-china-cases/

 

 
From: funikiFeb-13 10:35 PM 
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Dr. Li Wenliang could have saved lives!

The grim new tally came a day after China had reported its lowest number of new coronavirus cases in two weeks, bolstering a forecast by the country’s senior medical adviser that the epidemic could end by April.

It's Chinese tradition to hide the truth since primeval times; fine people have dreadful destiny and bad folks have good destiny. That's why many citizens try all kind of ways to leave the country, no matter how wealthy or deprived.

 

 

 
From: GonghisKhanFeb-14 4:00 PM 
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No one has ever heard of Dr. Li Wenliang until now!

 

 

 
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