People suspected of corona virus are being forcibly dragged from their homes by officials in hazmat suits and taken to camps as the Communist regime begins to round up sufferers in Wuhan.
A video went viral in which representatives in hazmat suits are seen gripping two men with their arms and third one was lifted up from the floor forcefully . This video was filmed in Wuhan, and the footage came after China’s Vice Premier Sun Chunlan called for a ‘ people’s war ‘ against the rapidly spreading outbreak.
The city, which is the epicenter of the virus, was ordered by the central government of the country last week to pick up all suspected patients and their immediate family members in large scale quarantine camps.
More than 700 people were killed by the virus till Saturday, with 86 people dying on Friday alone, and more than 34,500 infected worldwide.
In the video, one person wearing a face mask is seen as being quickly dragged along by officials and soon followed by a woman in a winter jacket held in a protective suit under the arms by somebody.
The officials, however, have far more trouble loading a third person who lays in a hallway and refuses to be taken away to the medical camp.
China has called for the mandatory isolation of four types of people at quarantine stations in Wuhan: confirmed cases, suspected cases, people with close contact with the former two and those with fever.
According to authorities, the death toll in China rose by 86 to 722 on Saturday and is about to pass the 774 deaths reported worldwide during the 2002-2003 SARS epidemic, another corona virus that sprang from animals to humans in China.
The new number takes to 724 globally the amount of people that have died from corona virus, with one death in Hong Kong and one in the Philippines.
It was also confirmed on Saturday that the first American who had lived in Wuhan died of the virus on Thursday with and was 60 years of age.
Four Britons-a couple and their two kids-were also admitted to Son Espases Hospital in Palma, Mallorca, this weekend after virus testing.
The admissions took place after the unidentified dad, who lives in Mallorca, went to the emergency room on Thursday to tell medics that he had been in contact with a person who had been suffering from the virus.
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