The Chinese communist regime is covering-up the epidemic.
The Chinese government greatly understated the number of H1N1 deaths.
Residents are scathing critical of a policy that offers reimbursement of H1N1-related medical expenses.
As the H1N1 outbreak in China continues to expand to rural areas and residential communities, an increase in severe cases and death were noticeable.
Harbin City Center for Disease Control (CDC) had a closed-door emergency meeting in November 2009.
The world average death rate for H1N1 infections is 1.24 percent of patients with the virus, according to Li Lianda.
The H1N1 pandemic-related death toll reported in China's Guangxi Province is the “tip of the iceberg,” says a staff member at the Department of Health.
The following analysis shows that the public could again be deceived by the regime as it did in the SARS outbreak.
If you live in China and have recovered from H1N1, the Chinese regime wants your blood.
A doctor in Yulin City, Southern China said four or five H1N1 patients die in his hospital every day.