First American Has Died Of Exposure To Coronavirus In Wuhan China One Day After Death Of Original Whistleblower Li Wenliang Was Covered Up

by Geoffrey Grider

First American citizen diagnosed with the coronavirus has died in Wuhan, the Chinese city at the center of the outbreak, marking the first known American death from the disease.

We all remember the Ebola virus scare back during the Obama years, a fitting metaphor for his presidency, and how that outbreak never really amounted to much of anything on a global scale. But the Wuhan coronavirus, even if it were to be contained, has already sickened many more people than Ebola ever did. Regardless of its original source, the Wuhan coronavirus is something that people in all nations need to be on the lookout for and taking very seriously.

“I have sent among you the pestilence after the manner of Egypt: your young men have I slain with the sword, and have taken away your horses; and I have made the stink of your camps to come up unto your nostrils: yet have ye not returned unto me, saith the LORD.” Amos 4:10 (KJB)

NTEB sources in China have told us that the Chinese government is sending teams to houses of people known to be infected with the coronavirus and sealing them in their homes, effectively sealing thier doom and leaving them to die. That is the true state of what is happening right now. China has also come under fire for attempting to cover up the fact that the original coronavirus whistleblower died of the disease. Beijing has also begun rounding up some sufferers and sending them to prisons as new death toll hits 724. All this is happening at the same time that Chinese leader Xi Jinping has proclaimed himself to be a god and demands the people worship him. Coincidence?

American Citizen Diagnosed With Coronavirus Dies in China

FROM THE WSJ: The person was 60 years old and died Thursday at Wuhan’s Jinyintan Hospital, a spokesman for the U.S. Embassy in Beijing said Saturday. He provided no further details. “We offer our sincerest condolences to the family on their loss,” he said. “Out of the respect for the family’s privacy, we have no further comment.”

A spokesperson at Jinyintan Hospital referred questions to the Wuhan foreign affairs office, which didn’t answer phone calls on Saturday.

THE CHINESE PUBLIC HAS STAGED WHAT AMOUNTS TO AN ONLINE REVOLT AFTER THE DEATH OF A DOCTOR, LI WENLIANG, WHO TRIED TO WARN OF A MYSTERIOUS VIRUS THAT HAS SINCE KILLED HUNDREDS OF PEOPLE IN CHINA, INFECTED TENS OF THOUSANDS AND FORCED THE GOVERNMENT TO CORRAL MANY OF THE COUNTRY’S 1.4BILLION PEOPLE. SOURCE

Chinese authorities said fatalities in China from the coronavirus reached a single-day high of 86 on Friday, raising the national death toll to 722. They said they confirmed 3,399 new cases of infections from the virus that causes respiratory illnesses, bringing the total to 34,546. The vast majority of coronavirus deaths and infections occurred in Wuhan and surrounding Hubei province, a region of nearly 60 million residents that has been locked down.

A Japanese man in his 60s who was suspected of contracting the coronavirus also died in Wuhan, the Japanese Foreign Ministry said Saturday. It didn’t say when he died.

The ministry said the official cause of death was “viral pneumonia.” It said hospital officials told the Japanese Embassy in China that they highly suspected that man had the virus, but test results never confirmed it.

Medical personnel in Wuhan have been trying to determine whether sick patients have been infected with the coronavirus or a more common illness. Some Wuhan residents showing coronavirus symptoms say they received negative test results, while others with symptoms haven’t yet been tested. READ MORE

Coronavirus Whistle-blower Doctor Li Wenliang Dies From Coronavirus