“Something was happening in October.”
“…each resident would be assigned a health score ranging from 0 to 100”
“Those who spread rumours or misinformation would be held responsible…”
“After they went through and did this exhaustive search…they didn’t come up with anything.”
“an epidemiologist from the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention, said that large-scale screening and testing is unnecessary.”
“The Chinese say they want to cooperate. Great. Cooperation is about action.”
Fending off politicization, or tamping down paranoia?
Gain of function.
China to Pompeo: No way we’re letting inspectors access Wuhan lab.
“appears to be part of a cluster imported from China”
“[I]t is not clear that the spread has been entirely contained.”
“This is a long way from herd immunity.”
“They are on the defensive, clearly.”
“This may be the ‘costliest government coverup of all time…'”
“Right now, the ledger on the side of it leaking from the lab is packed with bullet points and there’s almost nothing on the other side.”
“We can’t stop telling the truth because racists get the wrong idea.”
“Coronavirus stigma must stop — now.”
“Analysts concluded it could be a cataclysmic event.”
I think I’ll have the salad instead
“the first confirmed case was a person surnamed Chen who fell sick on Dec. 8”
“Two of the officials said the report concludes that China’s numbers are fake.”
“China’s diplomats are enraged…”
Banned in Beijing?
Buckle up, campers
Reminder: “China’s cover-up and the delay in serious measures to contain the virus lasted about three weeks.”
Well, not exactly.
WuFlu. Boo hoo.
“People you know will get sick. Some may die. This is real.”
“[T]hey have to take decisive action now.”
“I won’t say airtight but pretty close to airtight.”
Possible new case in Texas?
“You don’t see me complaining abt ‘cancel culture'”