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The Financial Times reports Coronavirus Cases in China Exceed Sars as Public Anger Rises.

Officially Admitted Stats as Noted by FT

  • Admitted Infections: 9,692
  • Admitted Death Toll: 213
  • Admitted Suspected Cases: 15,238
  • Admitted Monitoring: 102,427

The FT reported that broadcaster Tang Zhihong, head of the local centre for disease control, posted a 4-minute clip on the coronavirus that was viewed 35 million times. Tang could not (or would not) answer basic questions.

“Our taxpayers’ money goes to support this group of good-for-nothings,” said a top comment on the video, garnering 100,000 likes.

Ms. Tang was relieved of her duties within hours.

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