On Feb. 12 Hubei authorities announced the largest single-day rise in coronavirus cases. The number of cases was 10 times larger than the previous day. Was it really just a spike, or is China’s epidemic 10 times worse than reported?
The coronavirus has now killed more people in China than the SARS epidemic of 2002-2003. As the coronavirus reaches 25 countries around the world, the Chinese regime is under scrutiny as to whether it is attempting to distort the true nature of the epidemic.
Biosafety and biosecurity expert Tim Trevan discusses his assessment of the Wuhan virus outbreak, how it compares to the SARS epidemic and the Spanish flu, and the systematic problems in China’s virus research labs.