China Blame U.s Army For Coronavirus Outbreak 

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China Blame U.s Army For Coronavirus Outbreak.

According to local reports, the first confirmed case of a person suffering from COVID-19 in China can be traced back to 17 November of last year.

The South China Morning Post reported that government data showed that a Hubei 55-year-old may have had the first confirmed case of the latest coronavirus on November 17, but did not publish the details.

The newspaper also said it was probable that cases were reported in the government data before the November date, adding that 266 cases of COVID-19 had been confirmed by Chinese officials last year.

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Meanwhile, at least one Chinese official has been trying to point fingers at the United States.

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NBC says Chinese officials have sidestepped concerns about whether Beijing blamed Washington for the coronavirus outbreak after a spokesperson for the foreign ministry indicated that it might have been planted by the United States. According to Army.

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“When did US patient zero start? How many sufferers are infected? Which are the hospital names? It could be the U.S. army that brought the outbreak to Wuhan,” tweeted Zhao Lijian Thursday in both Chinese and English. “Believe in accountability! Have your data made public! America owes us a clarification!”

His post was followed by a video by Dr. Robert Redfield, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, saying that the new coronavirus was later tested positively by some Americans who had apparently died from influenza.

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Zhao, who had been based at the Chinese Embassy in Pakistan before heading to the Foreign Ministry in February, is a prolific social media user; with more than 89,000 mentions, a hashtag referring to his posts trended on the Chinese social media platform Weibo on Friday. He’s known for being blunt, and sometimes for his outrageous comments.

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His post came shortly after his boss and top spokesperson for the ministry, Hua Chunying, retweeted Redfield’s same video, alongside a message that read: “It’s absolutely WRONG and INAPPROPRIATE to name it the Chinese coronavirus.”

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China Blame U.s Army For Coronavirus Outbreak

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