Vanished 150,000 elderly residents raise doubts about Wuhan's Covid death toll
150,000 elderly Hubei residents disappeared from pension rolls at height of outbreak in China
By Keoni Everington, Taiwan News, Staff Writer
TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — The disappearance of 150,000 pension recipients raises new doubts over the accuracy of the coronavirus death count reported by the Chinese government in Wuhan and Hubei Province in general.
Although the official number of hospitalized cases and deaths from COVID-19 in Hubei stand at 50,340 and 4,512, a study by the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention (China CDC) found that nearly 500,000 coronavirus cases in Wuhan were never counted. In addition, reports from crematoriums in the provincial capital of Wuhan running at full capacity for many weeks as well as urn sales indicated that as many as 46,800 had died by late March of last year.
The CCP is very good at disappearing people from what I hear, even before the rona. Wonder if it was really the rona that killed them or if it was just a good excuse to relieve themselves of all those pension payments.