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Exclusive: Chinese Resident Who Lives 1200km From Wuhan Says Self-imposed Quarantine May Last 2 Months

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Published on: January 28, 2020

On Tuesday, I conducted an interview with a friend of mine that lives in China.  “Jack Russel,” which is not his real name to protect his identity, spoke with me via Skype and indicated that things are definitely being taken seriously in China concerning the coronavirus.  However, when asked about the new hospital being erected in Wuhan, he said that he believed it was simply Beijing attempting to convey to the people a sense that the government was at work and all would be well. He also indicated that he was told by authorities that it might be up to 2 months that he would need to be self-quarantined, and he lives 1,200 kilometers from Wuhan!

First, consider that The National File just reported on the construction of this hospital.

Gabriel Keane reports:

Chinese state-run newspaper the Global Times posted an image of a purported “novel coronavirus hospital” called Huoshenshan Hospital on Twitter Monday.

1st building of #Wuhan‘s special novel #Coronavirus hospital, Huoshenshan Hospital, completed construction on Monday, in 16 hours,” the tweet read. “It is expected to be transferred to the military for management on February 2. Another Leishenshan Hospital is also under construction.”

The tweet was quickly scrutinized by people who noticed that the image of Huoshenshan Hospital provided by Global Times is actually an Alibaba stock photo for a portable “container school building.”

The images have been available on the internet months prior to the tweet by Global Times celebrating a new “hospital.”

The Container School Building is a product produced by K-Home, a company based in Hongqi District, Xinxiang, China.

However, what is being described as a hospital, The National File says looks more like trailer units.

A video posted to Twitter by a Chinese government official shows the construction of metal trailers with bars on the windows and locks on the outside of the doors.

The video was posted by Lijian Zhao, Deputy Director General of the Information Department, Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

The “hospital” shown in the video appears to be a type of corrugated metal units with metal bars on the windows.

The locks on the doors of each unit appear to be only operable from the outside.

“We are racing against time,” Zhao said. “The 1st building of #Wuhan‘s #Coronavirus hospital, Huoshenshan hospital, was completed in 16 hours.”

Zhao continued, “China Construction which built the hospital is the same company which built the Multan-Sukkor Motorway and the Centaurus. Let’s pray for Wuhan & China!”

Of course they were asked about the bars on the windows.

In my interview with “Jack Russel,” who lives 1,214 kilometers from Wuhan in Yangjiang, he said he was told that a self-imposed quarantine could last up to 2 months, but still he was able to leave his condominium for food and return.

However, even being that far away, police were set up to take temperatures once people return to their residences and those found to be sick would be immediately sent for medical attention.

Here’s the interview.

I also questioned what he had heard in Chinese media or bloggers that he follows, as well as his thoughts on whether the coronavirus is real, a false flag or whether it is worse than what we are being led to believe or not.


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