When a police officer and a coronavirus control team checked an apartment in a high-rise building they found a couple who had died at home. The police looked upset and told the team that this case must not be reported as a coronavirus death.
Man in red: Let’s open the door together.
Officer in yellow: Yes, open it.
Man in red (pries the door open and knocks again): Teacher Tang?
Man in red: Come here, take a picture.
Woman: Any problems over there?
Man in red: Teacher Tang?
Officer in yellow: Two people inside.
Woman: Photograph each of them.
Man 1: Too bad. This is a big problem, and a headache.
Man 2: Two people (dead).
Man 3: Call 110 (the emergency line).
Man in red: We cannot report this case.
Officer in yellow: No, we cannot.
Man (to a by passer): Stay away. Which floor do you live on?
Man: Let’s get a forehead thermometer so we can try to do it ourselves, as we cannot report this case.
Man (yelling at the by passer): This is none of your business! Go away!
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