TRANSPORTATION CLOSED IN CHINESE CITY AT EPICENTRE OF CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK

Jan 22, 2020

By Bob Komsic

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China is shutting down transportation from the central city of Wuhan in light of the corona-virus outbreak.
Officials say the decision affects buses, subways, ferries, airplanes and trains.
(Beijing/Associated Press)
A far different response from yesterday, when authorities declined to impose an official quarantine on the city where the outbreak is believed to have originated.
The World Health Organization has announced it is not yet ready to declare a global emergency saying it’s still gathering information.
The coronavirus has now killed at least 17 in China with hundreds infected.
While the Chinese are releasing more information than they did during the SARS outbreak 17 years ago, there are those who feel Beijing’s still not being fully open.
”I don’t believe in the Chinese government’s complete transparency,” Cheuk Kwan of the Toronto Association for Democracy in China told Zoomer Radio’s ”Fight Back” with Libby Znaimer.
He also said a lack of public health and sanitation infrastructure in China is the reason for such outbreaks. 
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