A new report established that Communist China could avoid the widespread infection with the Wuhan virus had the regime report the truth on time.
If China had followed international health guidelines at the starts of the coronavirus outbreak in Wuhan, two-thirds of the the virus cases in Communist China could have been prevented before the end of February, the authors of the Congressional report concluded.
The report, released Monday and authored by Republican members of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, echoes earlier findings that Beijing tried to cover up the severity of the initial spread of the virus and that the government harassed and detained journalists, scientists and healthcare professionals who voiced concerns.
“It is beyond doubt that [China] actively engaged in a cover-up designed to obfuscate data, hide relevant public health information, and suppress doctors and journalists who attempted to warn the world,” the report said.
The report also said that the Communist China's government was “legally obliged” on Dec. 27 to inform the World Health Organisation that the outbreak in Wuhan may constitute a Public Health Emergency of International Concern. The WHO didn’t declare the virus that until Jan. 30.