The Chinese regime has maintained that there have been no new domestic infections of the CCP virus in the entire country since March 18.
Local authorities say that the epidemic has leveled off, as they ease travel restrictions and tell people to return to work.
But the situation in the ground zero of China’s epidemic, the city of Wuhan, is much worse than what has been officially reported, according to a series of internal government documents obtained by The Epoch Times.
The Epoch Times refers to the novel coronavirus, which causes the disease COVID-19, as the CCP virus because the Chinese Communist Party’s coverup and mismanagement allowed the virus to spread throughout China and create a global pandemic.
The data showed that there were 91 newly diagnosed patients in Wuhan on March 14. China’s National Health Commission only reported four cases for that date.
Meanwhile, two residential compounds in Wuhan posted notices to alert their residents that there were people living there who were diagnosed with the CCP virus on March 19—another indication that the Chinese regime is concealing the epidemic’s true scale.
Internal ReportsThe documents showed that for March 14, the city collected samples from 43 of the city’s virus testing agencies: 32 hospitals and 11 labs.
One data set recorded the details of each test, including names (which were redacted), ID number, age, gender, when and where the samples were collected, the number of times the person has been tested, which agency tested the sample, and the latest test result (positive or negative).
In total, the city tested 16,234 samples on March 14, most of them collected on March 13. Of those, 373 were positive.
Among the positives, 91 samples were first-time positives.
In Wuhan, samples are only taken from a throat swab. Thus, these 91 samples can be understood as 91 new patients.
For example, the sample named WX2023027216 belongs to a 53-year-old man. He is currently being isolated at a quarantine center in Dongxihu district. His sample was picked up on March 13 and tested at the Wuhan Adicon Clinical Laboratory on March 14.
This was his first test for the CCP virus, which came back positive.
Among the positive samples, 51 were from relay stations, which are newly set up facilities in Wuhan after the regime closed down makeshift hospitals. Such field hospitals, set up inside stadiums, expo centers, and large gyms, were recently shut down after authorities claimed that there were fewer patients, and thus no need for them.
Fake DataThough China has reported no new domestic diagnoses since March 18, local residential compounds tell a different story.
The committee stated, “Last night [on March 19], there were new diagnosed cases reported from the Lishuikangcheng residential compound.”
Meanwhile, medical workers are still greatly needed in Wuhan.