Beijing Coronavirus cluster started one month before?
Did the new Novel Coronavirus cases that have been found in Beijing, China, a few days ago, actually begin a month back? This is the big question that is now being asked.
Gao Fu, the Director of China’s Center for Disease Control and Prevention, has stated that the new cluster of Coronavirus cases in Beijing, could have begun about a month earlier. It is believed that this could be partly caused as a result of asymptomatic COVID-19 infections.
Beijing has now reported 150 New Coronavirus cases and tight restrictions have come into place, to prevent the spread of the killer virus, in the capital of China.
Gao Fu said the new COVID-19 outbreak quite likely did not take place early June or late May, but chances are, it happened around one month earlier.
“A lot of asymptomatic or mild cases were detected in this outbreak and that is why the environment has such amount of virus.”
Meanwhile, Xi Jinping, the President of China, had a video conference summit with leaders of African nations on Wednesday, in which he pledged that they would be “among the first” to benefit from a Chinese-developed vaccine.”
Xi Jinping said:
“Together, we will build a China-Africa community of health for all. We pledge that once the development and deployment of Covid-19 vaccine is completed in China, African countries will be among the first to benefit.”
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