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China Slows On Ending Wuhan Lockdown; Brazil Joins International Voices Condemning the CCP

2020-04-09 01:36
The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) announced it would end the lockdown of Wuhan, the epicenter of the new coronavirus, the CCP virus, on April 8. Now that the date has arrived, however, the regime is now slowing its initial plans. Transportation is still restricted, and strict controls on residential compounds are still in place. Various reports from China also show that locals in other provinces are worried about what the opening of Wuhan means for their own safety. This brings into question the legitimacy of the CCP’s claims that the virus has been ending in China. And in other news, Brazilian Minister of Education Abraham Weintraub has openly criticized the Chinese regime for using medical equipment makers to profit from the pandemic, and called out the regime for its alleged global ambitions to capitalize on the outbreak. He joins other prominent international voices now calling out the CCP for its actions during the outbreak, including members of the Iranian government. These stories and more in this episode of Crossroads