China's efforts "too little, too late", infectious diseases expert, A. Kamradt-Scott
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“Based on the current trend in confirmed cases, this appears to be a clear indication that while the Chinese authorities are doing their best to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, the fairly drastic measures they have implemented to date would appear to have been too little, too late,” said Adam Kamradt-Scott, an infectious diseases expert at the Centre for International Security Studies at the University of Sydney.

Meanwhile, a senior White House official has called on Beijing to be more transparent over its handling of the coronavirus outbreak as Chinese authorities expanded “wartime” measures to limit its spread.

“We are a little disappointed that we haven’t been invited in and we’re a little disappointed in the lack of transparency coming from the Chinese,” said Larry Kudlow, the director of the US National Economic Council.

“Is the politburo really being honest with us?” Kudlow asked, referring to communist China’s top leadership body. Kudlow said President Xi Jinping had assured Donald Trump that Beijing would accept US help, but “they won’t let us”.

“I don’t know what their motives are. I do know that apparently more and more people are suffering over there,” he said.
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What was the Wuhan authorities & maybe even the Chinese authorities doing during the early period of this outbreak? They were taking action against those who warned about this virus. Now they are paying a very heavy price.
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14-2-2020 6:51 PM
TuscanSun said:
“Based on the current trend in confirmed cases, this appears to be a clear indication that while the Chinese authorities are doing their best to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, the fairly drastic measures they have implemented to date would appear to have been too little, too late,” said Adam Kamradt-Scott, an infectious diseases expert at the Centre for International Security Studies at the University of Sydney.

Meanwhile, a senior White House official has called on Beijing to be more transparent over its handling of the coronavirus outbreak as Chinese authorities expanded “wartime” measures to limit its spread.

“We are a little disappointed that we haven’t been invited in and we’re a little disappointed in the lack of transparency coming from the Chinese,” said Larry Kudlow, the director of the US National Economic Council.

“Is the politburo really being honest with us?” Kudlow asked, referring to communist China’s top leadership body. Kudlow said President Xi Jinping had assured Donald Trump that Beijing would accept US help, but “they won’t let us”.

“I don’t know what their motives are. I do know that apparently more and more people are suffering over there,” he said.

Why is Kudlow only interested in having American to come to Wuhan but didn't do any thing of aid, donation of materials such as masks, shield dress, etc.

If you read "Is nCoV a DNA war against Chinese?" at
https://sgtalk.org/mybb/Thread-Is-nCoV-a...7%EF%BC%9F

The possibility of a DNA war may be launched. Having enemy in your house can enable your enemy to collect more of Chinese DNA to make even more deadly virus to destroy the race. Any way, US has been hostile to China and has launched all kinds of wars from tariff war, trade war, technology war, financial war, security war, etc all aimed at destroying China.

Why should China invite US to get involved? Why is Kudlow so interested only in sending "experts" or spies to China and didn't do a single act of financial or material aid? Even Singapore also did send $ 1 mil of medical materials. Why not US aid in other form but only interested in spying in China? US spy planes have been around China all the time and already "enough is enough".

Why is US only interested in having their experts to spy during such critical period?
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14-2-2020 9:51 PM
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What was the Wuhan authorities & maybe even the Chinese authorities doing during the early period of this outbreak? They were taking action against those who warned about this virus. Now they are paying a very heavy price.

It's easy just to say "why not a bit earlier?" When US was having H1N1 virus in 2009 and having 12,000 dead and for 6 months, what did US do?

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