Interview tour for foreign media in Wuhan, China Or september 4, 0:30
In Wuhan, China, where the infection of the new coronavirus first spread, the authorities conducted an interview tour to introduce the local situation to foreign media. It is thought that there is an aim to dodge the criticism of the international community that the delay of the correspondence caused the infection worldwide as well as appealing that the spread of the infection was suppressed.
The interview tour was conducted by the Chinese authorities for foreign media and guided the general hospital, which is said to have been at the forefront of responding to infected people, on March 3, and explained that hospital personnel had taken measures to expand the space for outpatients with fever by approximately 50 times as much as the patient had been in the area since January.
In addition, after the blockade of the city was lifted in April for the first time in two and a half months, local residents and tourists began to visit again, and it was promoted that it was regaining daily life.
With the new coronavirus, the United States and others have criticized China’s delay in responding to global infections, and the Chinese authorities are expected to appeal that the spread of the virus has been effectively suppressed, as well as to fend for such criticism.
On the other hand, some of the families of those who died after being infected in Wuhan said that the authorities had spread the damage by concealing information, and there were moves to pursue responsibility and investigate the truth, and dissatisfaction with the government’s response has been smoldering.
The wuhan people are…
A woman in her 20s who lives in Wuhan said, “I think Wuhan is the safest place because all the residents of Wuhan have a PCR test and people suspected of being infected cannot go out to the hospital. I don’t want you to look at Wuhan’s people in a discriminatory way.”
A man in his 60s said, “We were worried about each other having viruses when the infection situation was severe, but now we are all safe and healthy.”