“They Said We Didn’t Qualify”: Wuhan Hospitals May Have Turned Away 1000s Of Seriously Sick Coronavirus Patients

“They Said We Didn’t Qualify”: Wuhan Hospitals May Have Turned Away 1000s Of Seriously Sick Coronavirus Patients

The New York Times, the Wall Street Journal and, to a lesser extent (hmmm we wonder why?), the Washington Post are all seemingly racing to write the most critical stories about Beijing’s nightmarish mass quarantine that left 400 million on lockdown as the situation in Wuhan, the epicenter of the outbreak, deteriorated to unimaginably nightmarish levels.

In a sweeping report, WSJ, one of the first mainstream media organization’s to question China’s numbers, chronicles the struggles of several regular people in Wuhan who suffered from a critical flaw: When they went to get tested for the coronavirus, their tests repeatedly came back negative, despite them having obvious symptoms of pneumonia.