China experiencing 2 new virus outbreaks – one in northeastern and one in south

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Second Wave of Virus Outbreak Spreads Further in Southern China
Epoch Times

A district in the southern Chinese city of Guangzhou announced more than 10 asymptomatic carriers of the CCP virus in recent days.

A neighboring province and the nearby city of Shenzhen also reported new infections among people who came from Guangzhou, indicating the second wave outbreak was further spreading in southern China.

In late April, over 100 new infections were reported in Guangzhou, as well as dozens among students and teachers in Shenzhen.

Meanwhile, residents of Heilongjiang Province, located in northeastern China, told The Epoch Times that more cities in the province have outbreaks. Authorities have only announced new infections in the cities of Harbin and Mudanjiang recently.

Infection Count: Heilongjiang Province Either Is Having Or Facing Epidemic Outbreak

More and more news indicates that Heilongjiang Province is either already suffering a wide spread of the coronavirus or is facing a large outbreak.

#1: On April 27, Xi Jinping, at the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) Politburo Standing Committee meeting, singled out Heilongjiang, stating that it must strengthen measures on epidemic prevention and control, investigate loopholes, and fix shortcomings, especially in the prevention of hospital infections. (Oriental Daily)

#2: On April 30, the State Council sent a supervisory group to Heilongjiang to oversee their coronavirus prevention work. Several members were sent from the supervisory group to Hubei. On May 1, the supervisory group reported four major issues found in Heilongjiang:

A lack of understanding of epidemic prevention and control.
Weaknesses in “before hospital” management: people entering Heilongjiang from abroad were not quarantined in a centralized location, checkpoints did not test people strictly, and local communities did not have effective prevention and control.
The authorities did not conduct enough coronavirus tests.
Hospitals did not have effective prevention and control measures. (Central News Agency)

Infection Count: Several Places in China Showed Signs of Coronavirus Spreading Again

It is hard to get true coronavirus infection information from China as the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) hides it from the public. Recently, information from media inside and outside of China seems to indicate that some places in China are facing the threat of the coronavirus outbreak again.

#1: Some provinces have treated Guangzhou and a few other Chinese cities as high risk regions.

On April 14, Hainan Province issued a “Notice on Strengthening the Prevention of Infection from Outside of the Province,” which listed Suifen City, Heilongjiang Province (a neighboring area with Russia); Manzhouli City, Inner Mongolia (also a neighboring Russia); and three cities in Guangdong Province including Jieyang, Guangzhou, and Shenzhen, as mid-level or high risk regions. In order to be allowed to enter Hainan, any people who traveled to these places in the past 14 days must provide a negative result of a coronavirus test, which must have been taken within the past seven days,.
People also received a computer notice when they bought airline tickets online that “people from Guangzhou or Wuhan coming to Yinchuan City, Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region (AR), will first be quarantined for 14 days in a centralized location.”
Some communities in Chengdu City, Sichuan Province posted a notice that people coming from “epicenters (Wuhan, Guangzhou, and overseas)” should register with the community management group and conduct self-quarantine at home for 14 days. (Oriental Daily)
#2: Wang Dingyu, a Legislative member of Taiwan, published a few documents from mainland China on his Facebook account warning of the danger of a second wave of the Wuhan Pneumonia which might occur in China. His documents showed that around mid-April:

Gaoqiao Town, Hong’an County, Hubei Province restarted temperature testing and disinfection throughout the town after a farmer resident was confirmed because of a coronavirus infection…..

Ignoring Divine Guidance – Part I
by A. Freeman

Religions and legends believe that the Divine created man. The Bible at Genesis 1:27 says that God created human beings in his own image … The Chinese legend has it that the Goddess Nü Wa molded yellow earth to create human figures in her shape. {1}

Then the Creator set up the moral codes for mankind to follow. God gave the Ten Commandments to Moses (Exodus 34:28 and Deuteronomy 10:4) to let him pass them to mankind.

Over time, we, as human beings, have established common values and the ability to discern what is moral from what is immoral, right from wrong, and good from bad so we can stay on the right path and avoid evil. Religions and legends believe that, again, it was the Divine who bestowed these upon us. As we saw in the Introduction to this series, we would face disaster if we deviated from those values and morals.

I. The Divine’s Guidance: Bestowing Man with Morals and Wisdom

A study of history reveals that, in different regions across the world, schools of religion and philosophy flourished during the period from 900 to 200 BC. New ways of thinking appeared in Persia, India, China, Judea, and the Greco-Roman world in religion and philosophy, in a striking parallel development, without any obvious direct cultural contact between all of these Eurasian cultures. “That is, the spiritual foundations of humanity were laid simultaneously and independently in China, India, Persia, Judea, and Greece. These are the foundations upon which humanity still subsists today.” German philosopher Karl Jaspers characterized this period as a “pivotal age.” It has since come to be known as the Axial Age. {2}

For example, in China, Lao Tzu (Laozi, the founder of Taoism) (571 – 471 BC) and Confucius (551 – 479 BC), along with many profound thinkers, including Mo Ti (Mo Tzu 468 – 376 BC), Chuang Tsu (369 – 286 BC), Lieh Tzu (450 – 375 BC), Han Feizi (280 – 233 BC), Sun Tzu (544 – 496 BC) and a host of others, established “a hundred schools of thought.”

Sakyamuni (also known as the Buddha, 480 – 400 BC) established and taught Buddhism in India. In Iran Zarathustra taught a challenging view of the world as a struggle between good and evil; in Palestine the prophets made their appearance from Elijah by way of Isaiah and Jeremiah to Deutero-Isaiah; and in Greece, Homer wrote the Iliad and the Odyssey and Parmenides, Heraclitus, and Plato influenced people with different philosophical ideas.
As a result, Taoism and Confucianism emerged in China; Buddhism, Hinduism, and Jainism in India; Zoroastrianism in Persia; fuck off in the Levant; and Sophism and other classical philosophies in Greece. {3}

Here is on on the plague.

Hiding Information: Inner Mongolia May Have a Black Death Outbreak
Epoch Times obtained some official documents from the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region (AR) that show the AR is facing an outbreak of Black Death.

1. The “Epidemic Report” that the Inner Mongolia Comprehensive Disease Prevention and Control Center issued on April 13 stated: “Since the determination of the first epidemic case on March 15, 2020,” the black death epidemic was found in 21 sites in 10 counties of four Leagues (an administrative region under the Inner Mongolia AR, similar to Prefectures in the other provinces of China; a few major cities are also included in this category).

2. On April 14, Xilingol League passed an AR “Epidemic Report” down to its subordinate medical agencies.

3. The “Report on the Implementation of the Decision from the AR’s Teleconference on Black Death Prevention and Control” in April stated, “The black death plague is active” in Inner Mongolia and “the risk of human infection is still high.” “Recently, cases have been reported in Baotou City, Wulanchabu City, Xilingol League, and Bayannaoer City.” The report also stated, “By March 30, except for Wulanchabu City, the AR’s other 11 Leagues have all established or regrouped their Black Death Epidemic Prevention and Control Emergency Leading Groups.

h/t Lily


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