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China's Wuhan, where the coronavirus emerged, begins to lift its lockdown

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23 hours ago, rooster59 said:

A worker walked through one metro train carrying a signboard reading: "Wear a mask for the entire journey, people should not gather and when you disembark please scan the health code."

this 'health code'... part of their already existing population control tracking;

means that for any near future outbreak hotspots around town, the system could reverse search the data,

to track any victim back thru time,

and find coincidences relating to any other victims.

 

It would help find the spreaders, from the (health code) stream of damage left in their wake

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1 hour ago, jb61 said:

Urns in Wuhan far exceed death toll, raising more questions about China’s tally

A single mortuary has had 5,000 urns delivered over the past two days, double the city's reported coronavirus death toll

 

http://shanghaiist.com/2020/03/27/urns-in-wuhan-far-exceed-death-toll-raising-more-questions-about-chinas-tally/

Its called Chinese mathematics.

 

The saddest thing is some posters on here is that some posters actually believe it.

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 Wuhan  will soon turn out become a biggest urner for the CCP Economy... when they step up their expansion, while the rest of the world is still licking their wounds. 

 

 They could lose multitude millions with their viral outbreak, and it wouldn't be noticed... not even a small blip on their radar

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14 hours ago, Ireland32 said:

More Commie Lies , Reinfection is occurring and now they closing Cinemas , Too many Urns for deaths announced , Cant lose face in Asia , 21 million Cell phones not reconnected , WhybVirus not hit Business Centers like Bejing or Shanghai not that far away , then straight to Italy , Someone design this Bioweapon is Genius 

Or is that the anti-pandemic/bioweapons people are incompetent idiots?

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I also read an unconfirmed report out of China that claimed 21 million cell phones have been disconnected—and prior to this, they had robust growth every year.  Has anyone else got a confirmation of this?

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3 hours ago, Isaan sailor said:

I also read an unconfirmed report out of China that claimed 21 million cell phones have been disconnected—and prior to this, they had robust growth every year.  Has anyone else got a confirmation of this?

yes, have read versions of that in several places.  as with the urn 'story', that's being hyped as evidence that millions of dead are clogging the streets in china.  (*pop 1.45 billion, with around 1.75 billion cell phone subscriptions*)

 

the first link the search engine found (data thru sep '19) also showed a drop of 10 million subscribers between march and june last year.  does this indicate 10 million died in a secret first wave of the pandemic last year?

 

https://www.statista.com/statistics/278204/china-mobile-users-by-month/

 

other considerations as to why subscribers would drop off, and not necessarily drop dead:

 

china instituted more strict requirements for SIM registration.  must show national ID card and submit to facial scanning in order to purchase a SIM card AND to recharge an account balance.  couple weeks ago watched a local paying their bill, getting face scanned with the camera mounted on the register.  us laowai must go to the main office of the telecoms system in our town, show passport to register.  no facial scan for us last time i applied, but that may have changed.  i also don't have to show ID at the local shop to recharge my account.  there's that at least.

 

at the beginning of january, half a billion migrant workers returned home for the holiday, which was extended, as far as they knew, indefinitely.  many factories are still not open, leaving quite a few stuck at home.  how many of those half billion had two SIM cards, one from their hometown and one for their workplace?  of those, how many chose not to continue paying the monthly fee for a number they might never use again?

 

even if they wanted to keep the number, is that possible?  i pay my china mobile bill at the local shop, not wanting to link it to my bank account for automatic payment.  i have found that when traveling, china mobile shops outside my province are unable to recharge my account.  bill payment in person can only be done within province where the account is registered.  this would also apply to the tens of millions of students who went home for the extended holiday.

 

 

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14 minutes ago, ChouDoufu said:

yes, have read versions of that in several places.  as with the urn 'story', that's being hyped as evidence that millions of dead are clogging the streets in china.

 

the first link the search engine found (data thru sep '19) also showed a drop of 10 million subscribers between march and june last year.  does this indicate 10 million died in a secret first wave of the pandemic last year?

 

https://www.statista.com/statistics/278204/china-mobile-users-by-month/

 

other considerations as to why subscribers would drop off, and not necessarily drop dead:

 

china instituted more strict requirements for SIM registration.  must show national ID card and submit to facial scanning in order to purchase a SIM card AND to recharge an account balance.  couple weeks ago watched a local paying their bill, getting face scanned with the camera mounted on the register.  us laowai must go to the main office of the telecoms system in our town, show passport to register.  no facial scan for us last time i applied, but that may have changed.  i also don't have to show ID at the local shop to recharge my account.  there's that at least.

 

at the beginning of january, half a billion migrant workers returned home for the holiday, which was extended, as far as they knew, indefinitely.  many factories are still not open, leaving quite a few stuck at home.  how many of those half billion had two SIM cards, one from their hometown and one for their workplace?  of those, how many chose not to continue paying the monthly fee for a number they might never use again?

 

even if they wanted to keep the number, is that possible?  i pay my china mobile bill at the local shop, not wanting to link it to my bank account for automatic payment.  i have found that when traveling, china mobile shops outside my province are unable to recharge my account.  bill payment in person can only be done within province where the account is registered.  this would also apply to the tens of millions of students who went home for the extended holiday.

 

 

If anyone is naive enough to not believe what China is modelling  for the rest of the world to also adopt then  good  luck !

Eventually the only recognition of any individual will be a digital record.

And once that is achieved then there will be the problem of averting the risk of a digital super virus.

Ah well. People trust in  their religions. Why  not  the "Clouds" ?

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18 hours ago, Laughing Gravy said:

Its called Chinese mathematics.

 

The saddest thing is some posters on here is that some posters actually believe it.

So, a city with a population of 11m had no deaths, other than from CV-19, over a lock down period of 8 weeks? Hmmm.

 

Now, would some posters actually believe that? That would really be sad.......

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getting ready for the 2nd wave of infections

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10 minutes ago, dabhand said:

So, a city with a population of 11m had no deaths, other than from CV-19, over a lock down period of 8 weeks? Hmmm.

 

Now, would some posters actually believe that? That would really be sad.......

Given that the annual  nominal deaths  per 100.000 for all combined causes was around 550 in all of China then statistically if that is applied to the 11 million of Wuhan  2 months usual toll would be?

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