Posted by Gareth Icke Posted on 16 April 2020

Wuhan hospitals overwhelmed with seriously ill patients only now able to ask for treatment

‘Mr Wang has waited all year to take his father, who suffers from a chronic kidney disease, to see a doctor, which was impossible during lockdowns in Wuhan, ground zero of the coronavirus pandemic.

Within a week of Wuhan loosening restrictions, Mr Wang called for an ambulance to rush his father to hospital, but now fears it’s too late – his health has deteriorated significantly due to infection complications from at-home dialysis.

“He is going to die because he had to wait so long,” he told the Telegraph. “It’s due to the coronavirus epidemic – if we could have seen a doctor earlier, this wouldn’t be a problem.”

Patients like Mr Wang’s father are flooding hospitals in Wuhan, even as China says coronavirus infections that cause a disease known as Covid-19 are subsiding.’

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