Sunday, February 09, 2020 by: Mike Adams
(Natural News) Undercover journalists in China have documented appalling conditions in Hubei Province funeral homes that are processing the dead produced by the Wuhan coronavirus pandemic. According to reports published in Taiwan, bodies in China are piling up for a week as the cremation ovens are running 24/7, driving funeral home workers to near-collapse as they burn hundreds of bodies per day with no end in sight.
A bombshell story published in Chinese by Liberty Times Net reveals that just one funeral home is “cremating 316 bodies per day” as its workers are driven to total exhaustion with just two hours of sleep per day.
On Feb. 3rd, in just one day, that one funeral home received 127 bodies, say undercover journalists. LTN reports that bodies have been piling up since Jan. 22, saying, “In addition, the Chinese media to the scene of the investigation found that there are deceased waiting for a week can not be cremated, funeral home staff pointed out that from the 22nd of last month, the death toll has soared, the current manpower and vehicles are completely inadequate.”
While the total numbers are not yet clear, at minimum, HUNDREDS of bodies are being cremated per day… and the workers are falling behind as bodies pile up
Note that the 316 bodies per day is from just one funeral home. That’s nowhere near the actual total of bodies being cremated in the region, of course. Another funeral home in the region, the “Hankou Funeral Home,” is documented to have the capacity to cremate 576 bodies per day all by itself.
We do not yet know how many cremation centers are operating in the Hubei Province, where the Wuhan city resides, but just from these two, the cremation capacity is nearly 900 bodies per day, and even then the bodies are piling up. From these facts we can deduce that the actual death rate in the region most likely exceeds 900 bodies per day.
This is true even as the official Chinese government’s figures claim fewer than 100 deaths per day. (Today’s official figures claimed just 89 deaths.) If the deaths were actually below 100 per day, the crematoriums would not have bodies piling up, obviously.
As Natural News reported yesterday, it is well known that cremation vans are running 24/7 on the streets of Hubei Province, delivering dead bodies to the crematoriums in rapid succession.
Prepare for 7,500 dead bodies per day within 30 days in China
Earlier today, Imperial College of London Professor Neil Ferguson estimated that China is already experiencing 50,000 new infections per day.
Given the 15% mortality rate that has now been triple-confirmed, those numbers will, within a few weeks, translate into 7,500 new deaths per day, completely overwhelming China’s crematoriums, hospitals, transport vans, medical personnel and entire health care infrastructure. Essentially, the streets will be littered with dead bodies, and any realistic effort to process those bodies will either require bulldozing mass graves or transporting those bodies to other provinces for cremation. But that would mean exporting the coronavirus and accelerating its spread, of course.
So you see the conundrum in all this.
China is now facing a pandemic apocalypse scenario that threatens the entire nation and the power base of its communist regime.
From Prof. Ferguson’s video:
- 50,000 new cases a day in china
- Infections doubling every 5 days
- Death rate is still unknown
- China likely to peak in March
- Epidemic peak is still a month away
- It will be very hard to control this epidemic the say way we did with SARS 15-20 years ago
- Cases are always underestimated
- Death delays are as long as three weeks
- Reported deaths outside China are not reassuring because of delays
- We still don’t know the full effects
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