Beijing, the capital of the Chinese communist regime, declared the district of Chaoyang as a “high-risk region” for the spread of the CCP Virus on April 19, according to the official media CGTN.
According to established rules, a region is classified as high-risk when the number of diagnosed cases exceeds 50 and an epidemic outbreak occurs within 14 days, said Pang Xinghuo, deputy director of the Beijing Center for Disease Control and Prevention.
However, it is inconsistent that Harbin city, the capital of northern Heilongjiang Province, has not been classified as high-risk despite the fact that at least 58 patients were counted as infected and several outbreaks occurred at the first hospital affiliated with Harbin Medical University, at Harbin Hospital No. 2, and at residential facilities, the Financial Times reported.
Also, residents of Suifenhe city, also in Heilongjiang, were ordered to stay in their homes on April 8, and only one member of each household is allowed to leave every three days to buy food, according to the Financial Times.
The city has more than 320 confirmed cases and nearly 1,500 patients in quarantine facilities.
“Many small businesses here did not make it to March,” said Lin Xianfeng, adding, “They just closed down forever,” while expressing fears that the same would happen to his business.
As a containment measure, train service to Harbin, the provincial capital, was suspended. This is a major industrial city with a population of about 11 million, as is Wuhan where the first cases of the CCP Virus were reported.
The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has been accused of concealing the emergence of the CCP Virus and of other acts, which delayed prevention in other countries, causing hundreds of thousands of deaths and great economic losses worldwide.
Because of this, numerous lawsuits and demands for economic compensation have been directed against the CCP.