The Wuhan coronavirus has now killed more people in China than the SARS epidemic of 2002-2003. That is, according to the Chinese official record. As the coronavirus reaches 25 countries around the world–and a substantial amount of non-official reports surface in China–the Chinese regime is under scrutiny as to whether it is attempting to distort the true nature of the epidemic.
How serious is it? Could it turn into a pandemic? Why has China allowed few outside experts in to study the epidemic? How has the United States responded? And what impact will it have on the global economy at large?