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Q: About the lockdown

guys any news that when will be transportation will run normally in hubei province and hows the transportation system in other cities of china at present situation 

26 weeks 4 days ago in  Transport & Travel - China

 
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https://www.zerohedge.com/geopolitical/more-400-million-people-lockdown-...

 

*Confirmed cases rise to just shy of 35K in China and 24 other countries, deaths surge by 86 to 722, set to surpass SARS total in hours; total number of people under observation jumps to an all time high of 189,660.

*Suspected cases rose to 27,657 from 26,359 the day before, with 6,107 people in in serious/critical condition. Patients who have recovered jumped to 2,050,

*6,107 people are in serious/critical condition

*Reporter says 'real' death toll could be closer to 20k

*German scientists say coronavirus can survive for 9 days on surfaces

*Chinese quarantine expanded to Guangzhou; 400 million now on lockdown

*Singapore raises response level to Orange

*Hong Kong confirms case No. 25

*Death of Dr. Li stokes demands for more free speech in China

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https://www.zerohedge.com/geopolitical/more-400-million-people-lockdown-...

 

*Confirmed cases rise to just shy of 35K in China and 24 other countries, deaths surge by 86 to 722, set to surpass SARS total in hours; total number of people under observation jumps to an all time high of 189,660.

*Suspected cases rose to 27,657 from 26,359 the day before, with 6,107 people in in serious/critical condition. Patients who have recovered jumped to 2,050,

*6,107 people are in serious/critical condition

*Reporter says 'real' death toll could be closer to 20k

*German scientists say coronavirus can survive for 9 days on surfaces

*Chinese quarantine expanded to Guangzhou; 400 million now on lockdown

*Singapore raises response level to Orange

*Hong Kong confirms case No. 25

*Death of Dr. Li stokes demands for more free speech in China

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https://www.zerohedge.com/geopolitical/coronavirus-african-connection

 

Coronavirus – The African Connection

 

The three main areas of Chinese business in Africa are transport, which generally means building airports and railways; energy which means building power stations; and grids and metals which means mines.

One of the airports the Chinese funded and built is Bole International Airport in Ethiopia.

The flights from China arriving at Bole International come from Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Chengdu and Hong Kong.  Just yesterday the Chinese government added China’s 5th largest city Guangzhou to its list of locked down quarantined cities.  Which strikes me as news.  For Guangzhou to have been quarantined means it must already have a large number of cases.  Guangzhou is not near to Wuhan, the source of the Corona virus outbreak. It is near to Hong Kong.

 

It is linked to both by high speed rail and internal air travel. Guangzhou airport is in fact the  third busiest in China and the 13th busiest in the world handling over 65 million passengers per year.

So… the spread of the  Corona virus in Guangzhou has got so serious that the Chinese government has quarantined it. Yet till now flights from there to Ethiopia were running. Of course I have no idea how many passengers were actually on those flights nor where they might have originated from.  But the rail and air links from Wuhan and other cities to Guangzhou and the fact that Guangzhou is therefore the hub to which any workers going to Africa would have passed through, does raise a few questions. Remember, 1500 per day on average (meaning in ‘normal times’ which these are not) through Bole international from China alone.

 

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https://www.zerohedge.com/geopolitical/were-totally-dark-japan-not-doing...

 

Beijing Under Partial Lock Down As Virus Death Toll Tops 900; More Than 40,000 Infected

Sun, 02/09/2020 - 13:10

 

 

 

Summary:

  • *Virus death toll hits 902, vastly surpassing all of  SARS (813) in only three weeks

  • *The number of global confirmed cases hits 40,553 in China (40,171) and offshore (382)

  • *WHO Director-General warns "we may only be seeing the tip of the iceberg"

  • *Exiled Chinese billionaire says true death toll closer to 50k, 1.5 million infected

  • *New cases confirmed in UK, Spain, Singapore

  • *Passengers aboard 'Diamond Princess' warn authorities aren't doing enough to protect them - and others

  • *Officials in Shenzen say they won't block Foxxconn factory reopening

  • *Cruise ship quarantined in Hong Kong allowed to leave after 4 days

Update (2240ET): And so the epidemic reaches China's capital Beijing. As gnews reports, as the coronavirus spreads from Wuhan, China has been implementing “closed management” by putting 80 cities under lockdown, and on Monday, Beijing authorities also issued a “Strict Closed Management of Residential Communities” in an epidemic prevention and control announcement (link here). It is an official declaration that Beijing, the country’s capital city of China, is now under lockdown.

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WHO has settled on a designation.   Covid-19

 

ok, not very catchy,,, but easy to write/read/pronounce.

 

so many mixed messages on this, but sure looks like extraordinary response to the flu......   

 

*common flu which they say kills/infects many times more, gets no attention.  Yet Covid-19 gets China darn near lock-down?   oh well,,, I guess time will tell...

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https://www.zerohedge.com/markets/china-reports-huge-jump-new-coronaviru...

 

 

All those clueless hacks who warned us for years not to trust China's economic numbers, yet were so gullible to believe any coronavirus pandemic "data" released by Beijing are going to look pretty stupid right about now.

Hubei just released its latest round of coronavirus outbreak figures, and in a clear confirmation of the 'conspiracy theory' that China had altered the way it was reporting Covid-19 deaths and cases - clearly in order to suggest that things were improving and you should go back to work, while ideally buying stocks, the province at the epicenter of the Coronavirus pandemic just came clean and the numbers are stunning.

The number of cases exploded by 14,840, resulting in a total of 48,206 cases, including 13,332 clinically diagnose cases:

 

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