Corona will wreak havoc in China for the next 2-3 months, the possibility of epidemic spreading in these areas also increased – न्यूज़लीड India

Corona will wreak havoc in China for the next 2-3 months, the possibility of epidemic spreading in these areas also increased

Corona will wreak havoc in China for the next 2-3 months, the possibility of epidemic spreading in these areas also increased


Corona will wreak havoc in China for the next 2-3 months – report

According to a Reuters report, a major Chinese epidemiologist has said that the infection of Kovid-19 is going to be at its peak for the next two-three months and soon it will engulf those areas of the country where, There is already a huge shortage of health facilities. The Lunar New Year holiday officially begins in China on January 21, during which millions of people are going to leave the big cities for their villages. Before the pandemic, these holidays in China were known as the annual migration of the largest number of people in the world.

About one-third of the population has passed the peak of infection

About one-third of the population has passed the peak of infection

Violent protests against the Zero Covid policy in China started in November. Then at the beginning of last month, the Chinese government suddenly ended all Covid restrictions. It also completely opened its borders last Sunday. But, after the sudden relaxation of restrictions, the biggest corona explosion ever in the world started in China. According to China’s official media, the peak of infection has passed from the area with a population of about one-third of the country’s 1.4 billion population.

'Now is the time to focus on rural areas'

‘Now is the time to focus on rural areas’

According to a report in a local media named Kaixin on Thursday, Zeng Guang, former chief epidemiologist of the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention, warned that the outbreak of the corona virus is not over yet. Zeng is quoted as saying, ‘Our priority focus is on the big cities. Now is the time to focus on rural areas. They say that across the country where health systems are poor, a large number of people have been left out, including the elderly, sick and vulnerable.

China's data regarding Kovid has been suspicious

China’s data regarding Kovid has been suspicious

The World Health Organization warned this week that a large number of people are going to travel in China during the festivals, due to which there is a great danger. The UN agency said that China was suppressing a huge number of deaths from Covid, although it is now providing more information about the outbreak. Chinese health officials have been reporting five or fewer deaths a day since last month, a number that doesn’t match the number of bags of bodies piled up in crematoriums and overcrowded hospitals.

There is a possibility of more than one million deaths due to Corona in China

There is a possibility of more than one million deaths due to Corona in China

Significantly, international health experts have estimated at least one million Covid-related deaths in China this year. Whereas, China has reported a little over 5,000 since the start of the pandemic, which is the lowest rate of Covid deaths in the world. Due to this attitude of China, more than a dozen countries have implemented strict rules of Covid test for the passengers coming from there.

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Weakest economy forecast in China since 1976

Weakest economy forecast in China since 1976

On the other hand, according to a Reuters poll about China’s economic conditions to be released next week, it is expected that due to continuous lockdown in 2022, its economy will grow at a speed of just 2.8%, which is estimated to be the lowest since 1976. This was a period when its economy was devastated by the Cultural Revolution of Mao Zedong’s decade. Not only this, this year also its growth rate is expected to be 4.9%, which is opposite to the trend of the last several decades.

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