London/Taipei: A certain reports denote that the Coronavirus is rampaging much more than what China is projecting. A British newspaper published satellite photographs of huge smoke billowing from the Wuhan City. As per the newspaper, this kind of smoke is generated only when large quantities of medical waste of human bodies are burnt. Whereas, a Taiwanese newspaper claimed that there have been 24,000 deaths in China because of the Wuhan Coronavirus epidemic. The newspaper further claimed that there are 1.5 million people infected with the Wuhan Coronavirus in China.
The United States is accusing that China is not revealing the facts regarding the Wuhan Coronavirus epidemic. The western media also are expressing suspicion over the Chinese stand regarding the epidemic. There is a lot of criticism that China is hiding facts regarding the epidemic and the international media have started castigating China over the subject. The British newspaper ‘Daily Mail’ published satellite photographs and claimed that there is smoke-filled with Sulphur Dioxide emanating from Wuhan and nearby Chongqing cities. The newspaper said that these photographs have been supplied by the Windi.com website from the Czech Republic.
The newspaper claimed that this kind of smoke is possible only when medical waste or human dead bodies are burnt. Therefore, it is being predicted that China has disposed of a large number of dead bodies by cremating them in this area. Going further, Taiwanese newsletter Taiwan News claimed that 24,000 people have died in the Wuhan Coronavirus epidemic in China. As per the newsletter, there are 1.5 million people infected with the Wuhan Coronavirus.
The Taiwanese newsletter quoted Tencent, a company operating in China, as the source for the information. The news agency Bloomberg said that there are 500,000 people infected with Wuhan Coronavirus in Wuhan city alone. Bloomberg said that the Chinese communist regime has made expeditious movements to isolate nearly 10 million people since 23rd January. Therefore, it is becoming clear that the extent of the epidemic is much more than what China is projecting and it is apparent that dreaded consequences will follow. The World Health Organisation also has pointed this out. An expert from Hongkong has warned that 60% of the world’s population can come in the grasp of the epidemic.