隴山隴西郡

寧靜純我心 感得事物人 寫樸實清新. 閑書閑話養閑心,閑筆閑寫記閑人;人生無虞懂珍惜,以沫相濡字字真。
個人資料
  • 博客訪問:
文章分類
正文

事不關己顯human sins

(2020-02-04 12:41:33) 下一個

pov of news of today: 1) Shannen Doherty talented actress from "91210" TV series, which I loved viewing those early days at US schools - May God bless her.

2) Sen. Rand Paul read aloud the name of the alleged whistleblower ! Is it agaist the law to protect the whistleblower? 事不關己顯人惡 sinful selfish

3) 21st-century election requires 19th-century technology. So, I stick with low tech.

4) "六百箱口罩快遞途中被政府“征用” 警察:出門打斷腿" 武漢協和醫院的20萬口罩究竟是誰捐的? ?  zf should not have squeezed the kindness and trust of the public; neither should zf not provide free PPE for all - even zf could throw out >$60 billion in some countries. Never abuse the public -grassroots kindness and tolerance - if too much to break the threshold boundary - never get it back. May God bless all with freedom and democracy 事不關己顯人惡

============================

The Only Safe Election Is a Low-Tech Election

The New York Times
 
 
[ 打印 ]
閱讀 ()評論 (3)
評論
TJKCB 回複 悄悄話
您的位置: 文學城 ? 論壇 ? 時事述評 ? 事不關己顯human sins

全部論壇列表






事不關己顯human sins


來源: TJKCB 於 2020-02-04 12:41:33 [檔案] [博客] [轉至博客] [舊帖][給我悄悄話] 本文已被閱讀: 3175 次 (54485 bytes)
TJKCB 回複 悄悄話
您的位置: 文學城 ? 論壇 ? 時事述評 ? 應不應該在美國“掃蕩”口罩,之後寄回國內?

全部論壇列表






應不應該在美國“掃蕩”口罩,之後寄回國內?


來源: 汗滴米高 於 2020-01-30 11:25:24 [檔案] [博客] [舊帖][給我悄悄話] 本文已被閱讀: 136590 次 (8765 bytes)

字體:調大/重置/調小 | 加入書簽 | 打印 | 所有跟帖 | 加跟貼 | 當前最熱討論主題


本文內容已被 [ 汗滴米高 ] 在 2020-02-03 14:28:22 編輯過。如有問題,請報告版主或論壇管理刪除.



事先說明,這裏隻是用一個博主的熱貼舉例說明,沒有,絕沒有針對這個博主的意思。我在她的位置上,不會比她做的更好。 都是普通人。平常心平常心。我也絕不相信此博主是為了牟利,感覺隻是受人之托,忠人之事。
隻是這沒有什麽可以得瑟的,更不是可以驕傲的行為。
為此我和康博主在她的博客之處有些互動,都是讀書人的坦蕩之舉,沒有髒話,沒有侮辱,沒有惡意。共勉。

我2月3日,還寫了一篇博客,表達我自己的想法: 在美國“掃蕩”口罩: 您是否代表中國大陸??

昨天(1/29/2020)是忙碌的一天。網上的辯論(還有辱罵,我是讀書人,當然沒有加入罵戰)持續到了深夜。

一個在美國居住的資深女博主記錄了她的掃蕩口罩之旅。 她受國內親戚朋友之托,自己在美國四處“掃蕩”醫用口罩,開車4個小時,去了10家超市和藥店,最終“掃蕩”了17盒,大約300個口罩。之後她立即把這些口罩快遞去了中國,次博主寫道: “國內朋友不差錢,缺的是口罩。。。。買口罩的錢和寄費給報銷。。。”。

此資深女博主的行為引起的一次網上辯論:移民在美國的華人,應不應該“掃蕩”式買斷美國市場的口罩?

我是從中國大陸移民來美國的,中國快速發展的疫情,牽動我的心。 我真心希望中國可以早日打敗疫情,早日過上正常的生活。 即便是這樣,我也不認為我們應該把美國市場上的口罩“掃蕩一空”,郵寄到國內。我的理由如下:

1.
我相信中國現在的口罩短缺,是暫時的現象,中國政府有執行力,會很快解決的。

2.
美國平時戴口罩的人不多,市場的存貨有限。 市場被“掃蕩”之後,危害了本地人的健康。
在美國街上很少看到平時戴醫用口罩的人,但偶而也能看到。 他(她)一般有兩種: 有病的人,或者體弱的人。
有病的人,或者咳嗽,或者常打噴嚏,擔心把細菌傳染給周圍的人,被周圍的人討厭,就自覺地帶上口罩。 體弱的人,容易被別人傳染,所以在流感時期帶著口罩。 美國人一般開車上下班,人和人在公共場合的接觸不多,所以不常看見帶口罩的人。 一般藥房裏都有少量存貨,真正買的人都是有病的,或者是體弱的人。

大部分美國人都是精打細算地過日子,就算是病人,平時也不會花錢在家中存有太多的口罩。 如果我們把這些少量的存貨給“掃蕩”了,有病的人沒有了口罩,會到處傳染細菌。 體弱的人沒有了口罩,就會更容易被傳染。 大陸的移民“掃蕩”式買斷了市場上的口罩,擾亂了本地人正常生活。


3.
對這種擾亂了本地人正常生活的行為,是讓人討厭的,也是被人憎恨的。
在中國香港,由於大陸的食品安全問題和市場不健全,催生了一種新的行業: 水客。 就是一些香港人, 從香港購買大量日常用品,每天多次往返深圳香港兩地, 把這些日常用品帶到深圳,給專門的人售賣。 從奶粉到醬油,從普通藥品到餅幹食品,無所不包。 這些水客的生意越來越大,在香港有專業的買手,有專業的帶貨過關的“騾子”,在深圳有專業的收貨的人。
幾年前在香港與深圳一河之隔的上水地區,這些水客把上水商店的奶粉搶購一空,本地的年輕媽媽們長時間不能給自己的孩子買到奶粉,怨聲載道。 香港政府2013年3月1日實施新的法律,被迫發表聲明,限購奶粉數量。 每人一天限攜帶兩罐奶粉。
在澳大利亞的Woolworths超市,由於本地人的反彈,自發限製顧客購買奶粉的數量。
美國市場上的口罩現在還沒有限購, 因為用的人非常少。 隨著疫情的發展,我們誰也不敢肯定美國本地人不需要口罩。 今天早晨芝加哥已經發現了疫情的現象,發現了本地人被傳染了。 當我們本地社區的人需要口罩時, 發現口罩已經被中國大陸的移民給 ”掃蕩“了, 他們會做出什麽樣的反應? 將心比心,可以想象。

4.
我們這樣大陸的移民,能不能代表大陸人的形象? 博主認為她不代表中國大陸的移民, ”你我代表不了華人,也代表不了中國人。我們都是滄海一粟,別把自己看的太高哈”。 我不敢苟同。 我們大陸的移民是否能代表大陸人,我們說了不算, 本地人說了算。
二戰前,日本裔的美國人都代表“日本人”, 哪怕是在美國出生的日本人, 都被驅趕到集中營。 他們被迫代表了日本人。 說德語流利的德國後裔,在美國都不敢說自己會德語,怕"被代表“德國。 美國911時候,一個印度裔的錫克教徒,因為包著頭發,"被代表"為恐怖分子,在洛杉磯附近自己的小商店被槍殺。 博主可以認為自己雖然是大陸移民,但不代表中國大陸人。 可惜她說了不算。

博主認為,“你那裏買不到口罩是你們地方政府的事”,她能掃蕩到現貨是她的本事。 從她自己的角度,這也許是對的。如果事情發展下去,疫情在美國越來越嚴重, 地方政府,甚至聯邦政府都會限製口罩的供給。 二戰時候,美國的火柴和糖都要憑票供應的。

我認為,如果在美國的大陸移民,都和博主一樣,到處掃蕩口罩, 會引起本地人的反彈,加劇了本地人對中國大陸移民的歧視。 博主認為,被歧視了是你自己的自信心不夠。 “希望你增加自信心,別動不動就是歧視。老美要歧視就是歧視這種見了白人特自卑的人。” 我無語了。 按照博主的說法和邏輯,被歧視的人是自己沒有信心; 被害人是自找的。 這是本末倒置。 華人在美國曆史上飽受歧視, 按照博主的說法,他們都是沒有自信心的,要自己找原因。 被別人打了,還有回家照鏡子檢討自己? 博主的這種說法太讓我驚訝。

我們居住在美國,要愛護自己的社區,更要時時提醒自己要做一個負責任的公民,不管您自己願不願意,您都是自己族裔的代表。

我的總結:

口罩不是不能買,也不是不能郵件回中國,但是要有限度,家人需要,可以少量購買郵寄。“掃蕩”式的買斷市場上的口罩,絕不是值得驕傲的行為。 自重。






更多我的博客文章>>>




?體麵退休需要多少錢? 以前一粒米,現在需要三粒米
?中國特色:沒有界限的父母
?遊輪上的退休生活
?我的土鱉女鄰居 (投資故事)
?回應博主“一劍飄塵”: 您需要幫助



已有17位網友點讚!查看





























您的位置: 文學城 ? 論壇 ? 時事述評 ? 應不應該在美國“掃蕩”口罩,之後寄回國內?


所有跟帖:



? 政府可以拿給非洲那600億來買口罩,算算能買多少? -猴子屯閑人- ♂ 給 猴子屯閑人 發送悄悄話 猴子屯閑人 的個人群組 (0 bytes)(12 reads)01/30/2020 postreply11:27:23

? 沒必要。 -Weipan- ♀ 給 Weipan 發送悄悄話 Weipan 的博客首頁 Weipan 的個人群組 (0 bytes)(7 reads)01/30/2020 postreply11:27:51

? 心係親朋,無可厚非。能買不買才是真孫子! -軍事調色板- ♂ 給 軍事調色板 發送悄悄話 軍事調色板 的個人群組 (106 bytes)(273 reads)01/30/2020 postreply11:30:35

? 對,這樣就可以省出國內口罩給維穩人員用了 -猴子屯閑人- ♂ 給 猴子屯閑人 發送悄悄話 猴子屯閑人 的個人群組 (0 bytes)(9 reads)01/30/2020 postreply11:32:51

? 我十分討厭吧“維穩“一詞掛嘴上的輪子,滿天飛火車,根本不是討論方式, 固有的胡攪, 也許你不是。 -軍事調色板- ♂ 給 軍事調色板 發送悄悄話 軍事調色板 的個人群組 (0 bytes)(13 reads)01/30/2020 postreply11:35:00

? 關鍵現在政府老把“維穩“一詞掛嘴上,你可以查查維穩經費多還是救人經費多 -猴子屯閑人- ♂ 給 猴子屯閑人 發送悄悄話 猴子屯閑人 的個人群組 (0 bytes)(5 reads)01/30/2020 postreply11:38:11

? 你真墨跡。 -軍事調色板- ♂ 給 軍事調色板 發送悄悄話 軍事調色板 的個人群組 (0 bytes)(2 reads)01/30/2020 postreply11:39:05

? 你好像找不到我說的錯在哪了 -猴子屯閑人- ♂ 給 猴子屯閑人 發送悄悄話 猴子屯閑人 的個人群組 (0 bytes)(3 reads)01/30/2020 postreply11:42:43

? 你是萬能貼,你左貼右貼上貼下貼,見到每個帖子都跟一貼,跟一貼! -軍事調色板- ♂ 給 軍事調色板 發送悄悄話 軍事調色板 的個人群組 (1008 bytes)(31 reads)01/30/2020 postreply11:44:46

? 別顧左右而言他,直接指出我帖子哪有錯誤.像我指出你的錯誤一樣 -猴子屯閑人- ♂ 給 猴子屯閑人 發送悄悄話 猴子屯閑人 的個人群組 (0 bytes)(8 reads)01/30/2020 postreply11:49:44

? 你先讀懂我發過的。。萬能貼沒錯找什麽。你都那麽自信,玩我呢? -軍事調色板- ♂ 給 軍事調色板 發送悄悄話 軍事調色板 的個人群組 (0 bytes)(8 reads)01/30/2020 postreply11:51:02

? 我和你觀點對立,你說我沒錯,那你錯了嗎 -猴子屯閑人- ♂ 給 猴子屯閑人 發送悄悄話 猴子屯閑人 的個人群組 (0 bytes)(4 reads)01/30/2020 postreply11:52:26

? 你最可愛的一點就是堅持認為我同你談”維穩“,好像要我確認”你是一個人”一樣,你對我錯,沒問題。 -軍事調色板- ♂ 給 軍事調色板 發送悄悄話 軍事調色板 的個人群組 (0 bytes)(16 reads)01/30/2020 postreply11:55:49

? 看你說都不會話了,不和你爭了. -猴子屯閑人- ♂ 給 猴子屯閑人 發送悄悄話 猴子屯閑人 的個人群組 (0 bytes)(5 reads)01/30/2020 postreply11:58:37

? 不錯,你終於明白了是你對我錯了。 -軍事調色板- ♂ 給 軍事調色板 發送悄悄話 軍事調色板 的個人群組 (0 bytes)(10 reads)01/30/2020 postreply12:04:47

? 幾千幾萬個買,還有代購漲價發國難財的。給親戚帶幾盒算reasonable -pucsdt- ♂ 給 pucsdt 發送悄悄話 pucsdt 的個人群組 (0 bytes)(14 reads)01/30/2020 postreply11:35:42

? 這種掃蕩的做法(比如掃蕩奶粉)實在是需要改一改的。若要捐獻最好找批發商。不要影響當地人。 -行路有光- ♀ 給 行路有光 發送悄悄話 行路有光 的個人群組 (0 bytes)(14 reads)01/30/2020 postreply11:34:37

? +10000 -Mina63- ♀ 給 Mina63 發送悄悄話 Mina63 的個人群組 (0 bytes)(1 reads)01/30/2020 postreply22:11:36

? 馬的,勞資今天跑了五個藥房一隻口罩都沒買到,原來被他們搶光了! -Yxuan- ♂ 給 Yxuan 發送悄悄話 Yxuan 的個人群組 (0 bytes)(16 reads)01/30/2020 postreply11:35:46

? 美國要是傳開來,民眾要恐慌了 -pucsdt- ♂ 給 pucsdt 發送悄悄話 pucsdt 的個人群組 (0 bytes)(4 reads)01/30/2020 postreply11:37:25

? 全世界的口罩都等中國發貨呢,等過完年看看吧,估計夠嗆, 這次中國自己也不夠了。 -軍事調色板- ♂ 給 軍事調色板 發送悄悄話 軍事調色板 的個人群組 (0 bytes)(3 reads)01/30/2020 postreply11:38:36

? 知道還廢話 -猴子屯閑人- ♂ 給 猴子屯閑人 發送悄悄話 猴子屯閑人 的個人群組 (0 bytes)(2 reads)01/30/2020 postreply11:43:29

? 這倒也是。是時候改變結構了。 -Yxuan- ♂ 給 Yxuan 發送悄悄話 Yxuan 的個人群組 (0 bytes)(16 reads)01/30/2020 postreply11:43:32

? 打電話找川普,是他要把美國製造喊回來,那就從造口罩開始。 -軍事調色板- ♂ 給 軍事調色板 發送悄悄話 軍事調色板 的個人群組 (0 bytes)(6 reads)01/30/2020 postreply11:50:18

? 自由市場,願買就買,願買願賣,無可厚非。 -55開- ♂ 給 55開 發送悄悄話 55開 的個人群組 (0 bytes)(6 reads)01/30/2020 postreply11:46:39

? 洋白麵買到才叫自由市場,黃香蕉靠後. -軍事調色板- ♂ 給 軍事調色板 發送悄悄話 軍事調色板 的個人群組 (0 bytes)(3 reads)01/30/2020 postreply11:53:10

? 自由市場? 巴黎統籌委員會, 這您是知道的 -汗滴米高- ♂ 給 汗滴米高 發送悄悄話 汗滴米高 的博客首頁 汗滴米高 的個人群組 (0 bytes)(1 reads)01/30/2020 postreply12:28:31

? 掃蕩,不給人留一線,還自由巿場?嗬嗬,以後人家歧視你,別嚷嚷,你活該! -cat64- ♀ 給 cat64 發送悄悄話 cat64 的博客首頁 cat64 的個人群組 (0 bytes)(5 reads)01/30/2020 postreply17:39:19

? 有理有據最客觀的文章,從小事就能看出一個民族的性格,既然移民了就要考慮融入,不能總期望別人無條件的包容你 -Newlady- ♀ 給 Newlady 發送悄悄話 Newlady 的個人群組 (125 bytes)(136 reads)01/30/2020 postreply12:18:31

? +++這個可以有。 -汗滴米高- ♂ 給 汗滴米高 發送悄悄話 汗滴米高 的博客首頁 汗滴米高 的個人群組 (177 bytes)(13 reads)01/31/2020 postreply08:32:25

? 她就是一個東北老大媽,包租婆,囤積倒賣,基本屬於低端人口的範疇。 -kylerluo- ♂ 給 kylerluo 發送悄悄話 kylerluo 的博客首頁 kylerluo 的個人群組 (101 bytes)(162 reads)01/30/2020 postreply12:39:31

? 就是一個東北老大媽,包租婆,囤積倒賣,基本屬於低端人口的範疇。 -kylerluo- ♂ 給 kylerluo 發送悄悄話 kylerluo 的博客首頁 kylerluo 的個人群組 (0 bytes)(9 reads)01/30/2020 postreply12:40:15

? 就是一個東北老大媽,包租婆,囤積倒賣,基本屬於(低)(端)人口的範疇。 -kylerluo- ♂ 給 kylerluo 發送悄悄話 kylerluo 的博客首頁 kylerluo 的個人群組 (0 bytes)(12 reads)01/30/2020 postreply12:40:34

? 她自己說自己是北京人。我不知道,但是覺著她一點也不局氣。 -汗滴米高- ♂ 給 汗滴米高 發送悄悄話 汗滴米高 的博客首頁 汗滴米高 的個人群組 (0 bytes)(17 reads)01/30/2020 postreply12:41:43

? 嗯,她是屬於那種八竿子打不著也能攀上親戚的那種 -kylerluo- ♂ 給 kylerluo 發送悄悄話 kylerluo 的博客首頁 kylerluo 的個人群組 (98 bytes)(102 reads)01/30/2020 postreply12:45:06

? 貌似教授夫人,據說在德州A市大學城?恩師導師中醫師喊得歡,像潑婦罵得狠刪貼,文學城2百萬粉的頭牌哈哈 -6ba6- ♂ 給 6ba6 發送悄悄話 6ba6 的個人群組 (0 bytes)(14 reads)01/30/2020 postreply18:21:27

? 好多根本沒有北京人氣質的人,在北京住了幾天就搖身一變說自己是北京的 -SwissArmy- ♂ 給 SwissArmy 發送悄悄話 SwissArmy 的博客首頁 SwissArmy 的個人群組 (0 bytes)(4 reads)01/30/2020 postreply20:49:38

? 好多衝繩的日本妹,隻要在東京混過的,都會說自己是東京人 -SwissArmy- ♂ 給 SwissArmy 發送悄悄話 SwissArmy 的博客首頁 SwissArmy 的個人群組 (0 bytes)(2 reads)01/30/2020 postreply20:50:24

? 以中國大陸的生產能力,怎麽口罩會不夠用,說不通呀。 -飛來寺- ♂ 給 飛來寺 發送悄悄話 飛來寺 的博客首頁 飛來寺 的個人群組 (0 bytes)(5 reads)01/30/2020 postreply16:36:48

? 中國口罩產能是每天一千萬左右。現在光國內每天就需要上億隻口罩,根本生產不過來 -破冰- ♂ 給 破冰 發送悄悄話 破冰 的個人群組 (0 bytes)(6 reads)01/30/2020 postreply18:29:49

? 嚴重反對這種貌似利他,實則損人不利己,毀華人形象的舉動。如果有人能製止她就好了……不給當地人留一線…都什麽人呀 -cat64- ♀ 給 cat64 發送悄悄話 cat64 的博客首頁 cat64 的個人群組 (0 bytes)(10 reads)01/30/2020 postreply17:07:34

? 之前她替非移說盡好話,原來是要這些低工資的勞工給她修出租房。 -尋歡留香- ♂ 給 尋歡留香 發送悄悄話 尋歡留香 的博客首頁 尋歡留香 的個人群組 (0 bytes)(8 reads)01/30/2020 postreply18:04:00

? 網上已經有視頻關於“順風”快遞工作人員偷換口罩,美國寄回去的口罩怎麽才能保證能夠交到親人手中? -haoren3- ♂ 給 haoren3 發送悄悄話 haoren3 的個人群組 (0 bytes)(25 reads)01/30/2020 postreply18:34:04

? 很能理解為了國內的親朋好友買口罩的行為,但是前提是不能影響當地人的生活,無論什麽時候都要留餘地。掃蕩式的購買確實很惹人討厭。 -菜籽花花黃了- ♀ 給 菜籽花花黃了 發送悄悄話 菜籽花花黃了 的個人群組 (0 bytes)(12 reads)01/30/2020 postreply18:41:20

? 不同意標題的觀點! 什麽叫掃蕩? 她去了10 家超市,買了17 盒口罩 大約300 個就叫掃蕩嗎? 店家貨賣沒了可以再去進貨嗎, -fbl- ♀ 給 fbl 發送悄悄話 fbl 的個人群組 (0 bytes)(8 reads)01/30/2020 postreply18:51:24

? 看清楚, 掃蕩是她自己說的:“我們把兩個Walgreen的口罩“掃蕩”一空” -gfishpond- ♂ 給 gfishpond 發送悄悄話 gfishpond 的個人群組 (0 bytes)(6 reads)01/30/2020 postreply19:08:39

? 她聽不進半句不同意見,張嘴就罵人。 如果她掃蕩口罩不圖私利,為什麽不能心平氣和!? 心虛,心虛才氣急敗壞。 -南山悠- ♂ 給 南山悠 發送悄悄話 南山悠 的個人群組 (0 bytes)(7 reads)01/30/2020 postreply20:22:02

? 有錢就是任性。一顆老鼠死壞了一鍋粥。強烈譴責這種糟糕的專門利己的華人 -GoBucks!- ♂ 給 GoBucks! 發送悄悄話 GoBucks! 的博客首頁 GoBucks! 的個人群組 (0 bytes)(7 reads)01/30/2020 postreply20:26:06

? 當年的排華法案能通過,就是因為當時華人自私自利,從不顧忌他人利益才導致的 -SwissArmy- ♂ 給 SwissArmy 發送悄悄話 SwissArmy 的博客首頁 SwissArmy 的個人群組 (0 bytes)(3 reads)01/30/2020 postreply20:45:18

? 西方人自身利益沒受到損害時,是可以高高在上當雷鋒的。當他自身利益受損時,絕對比東方人狠。如果肺炎在美國沒蔓延開來, -刁小山- ♀ 給 刁小山 發送悄悄話 刁小山 的個人群組 (400 bytes)(111 reads)01/30/2020 postreply20:57:30

? NTNND,你們在國內的親人是人,我們在北美的華人就不是人了? 一旦疫情爆發起來,我們怎麽辦? -皇爺- ♂ 給 皇爺 發送悄悄話 皇爺 的個人群組 (0 bytes)(10 reads)01/30/2020 postreply20:55:04

? 其實康就是一個二道販子:“國內朋友不差錢,缺的是口罩,他告訴LD,買口罩的錢和寄費給報銷,”“最近口罩銷路很好”這些都是她的原話 -Sailor19- ♂ 給 Sailor19 發送悄悄話 Sailor19 的個人群組 (293 bytes)(54 reads)01/30/2020 postreply21:30:44

? Amazon上口罩多得是,買得越多廠商越高興,怎麽會影響本地人的健康 ?! -洛城強爺- ♂ 給 洛城強爺 發送悄悄話 洛城強爺 的個人群組 (0 bytes)(7 reads)01/30/2020 postreply21:31:58

? 誰說有的是,口罩是人做出來的不是風刮出來的,短時間內根本滿足不了這麽大的需求量,這種掃貨其實造成資源上的浪費 -Newlady- ♀ 給 Newlady 發送悄悄話 Newlady 的個人群組 (0 bytes)(5 reads)01/30/2020 postreply21:37:43

? 她自己說的,把店裏的口罩都買空了。明明是給朋友代購,卻打著人道主義的幌子。 -Mina63- ♀ 給 Mina63 發送悄悄話 Mina63 的個人群組 (0 bytes)(5 reads)01/30/2020 postreply22:17:16

? 這個包租婆一副有錢就任性的嘴臉太讓人不齒了,沒見過市麵,動不動就不差錢 -Newlady- ♀ 給 Newlady 發送悄悄話 Newlady 的個人群組 (0 bytes)(5 reads)01/30/2020 postreply21:32:13

? 加拿大渥太華藥店和Home Depot的醫用口罩被人買光了!發生傳染病怎麽辦? -兵團農工- ♂ 給 兵團農工 發送悄悄話 兵團農工 的博客首頁 兵團農工 的個人群組 (0 bytes)(7 reads)01/30/2020 postreply21:58:37

? 蝗蟲過境, 寸草不生。 都是狠人戰狼, 自己的生活環境都不顧, 難怪不招人待見。 -童年樂趣- ♂ 給 童年樂趣 發送悄悄話 童年樂趣 的個人群組 (0 bytes)(3 reads)01/30/2020 postreply22:10:36

? 文章有道理,有條理。讚一個。 -海澱網友- ♂ 給 海澱網友 發送悄悄話 海澱網友 的個人群組 (0 bytes)(2 reads)01/30/2020 postreply22:39:19

? 不管不顧掃蕩口罩就是缺乏公德,沒什麽可爭論的。 -我愛君羊- ♀ 給 我愛君羊 發送悄悄話 我愛君羊 的博客首頁 我愛君羊 的個人群組 (0 bytes)(6 reads)01/30/2020 postreply22:52:03

? 國內口罩急缺度確實大大高過美國。沒口罩都出不了門。美國這邊店裏貨架一缺貨後麵倉庫就能補上,後麵倉庫一庫存不足馬上就能下單訂上, -cdwb- ♀ 給 cdwb 發送悄悄話 cdwb 的個人群組 (290 bytes)(79 reads)01/31/2020 postreply00:17:24

? 我不認同。 您如果買兩盒,那不是事兒》》》 -汗滴米高- ♂ 給 汗滴米高 發送悄悄話 汗滴米高 的博客首頁 汗滴米高 的個人群組 (473 bytes)(49 reads)01/31/2020 postreply08:15:15

? 買最後一個兩個,是自己個人需要,不是掃蕩;買300個明顯不是自己用,不是為牟利就是人情 -SwissArmy- ♂ 給 SwissArmy 發送悄悄話 SwissArmy 的博客首頁 SwissArmy 的個人群組 (0 bytes)(3 reads)01/31/2020 postreply08:40:26

? 居然還有s×問:“象你說的前麵人買了299個,不是一次買的,是陸陸續續,隻剩下一個,你來了要買那最後一個,你是惡人嗎? -SwissArmy- ♂ 給 SwissArmy 發送悄悄話 SwissArmy 的博客首頁 SwissArmy 的個人群組 (0 bytes)(3 reads)01/31/2020 postreply08:42:26

? 看看這位網友的親身經曆,連診所口罩都緊張。落花起作回風舞2020-01-31 16:12:23 -Mina63- ♀ 給 Mina63 發送悄悄話 Mina63 的個人群組 (2458 bytes)(15 reads)02/01/2020 postreply11:13:41

? 杞人憂天,連個輕重緩急都不知道!口罩在國內是迫在眉睫的救命,這邊還沒有出現風險,供貨商再補貨就是了。First thing fi -過路人過路- ♂ 給 過路人過路 發送悄悄話 過路人過路 的個人群組 (0 bytes)(6 reads)01/31/2020 postreply04:49:02

? 口罩也治不了病。更防不了病 -gamlastan- ♀ 給 gamlastan 發送悄悄話 gamlastan 的博客首頁 gamlastan 的個人群組 (0 bytes)(2 reads)01/31/2020 postreply06:43:45

? 說白了就是一個字,貪! -palmdodo- ♂ 給 palmdodo 發送悄悄話 palmdodo 的博客首頁 palmdodo 的個人群組 (652 bytes)(31 reads)01/31/2020 postreply08:44:30

? 掃蕩是不恥行為,還要把自己這種醜態描述貼出來,就更令人生厭了 -Calab- ♀ 給 Calab 發送悄悄話 Calab 的個人群組 (0 bytes)(1 reads)01/31/2020 postreply08:54:57

? 很多華人支援國內醫院和親朋都是和供應商或網上聯係購買,康賽歐卻掃蕩了當地的幾個商店,掠奪性地買空了這些商家,這樣就造成了當地人無 -Mina63- ♀ 給 Mina63 發送悄悄話 Mina63 的個人群組 (131 bytes)(15 reads)02/01/2020 postreply08:59:19

? 打著關愛的旗號、謀私利發國難財的證據,不知道這個算不算旁證?(附圖) -SwissArmy- ♂ 給 SwissArmy 發送悄悄話 SwissArmy 的博客首頁 SwissArmy 的個人群組 (87 bytes)(10 reads)02/01/2020 postreply09:10:13

? 就是有這樣的人的存在 》》》 -汗滴米高- ♂ 給 汗滴米高 發送悄悄話 汗滴米高 的博客首頁 汗滴米高 的個人群組 (111 bytes)(15 reads)02/01/2020 postreply09:27:08

? 這個每天一講真是井裏的蛙,這裏比他們有錢的多的是,他算老幾?嘬手指頭的主,loser。 -Mina63- ♀ 給 Mina63 發送悄悄話 Mina63 的個人群組 (0 bytes)(3 reads)02/01/2020 postreply10:05:50

? biglow 又有大作,趕快去支持一下:土匪流氓講道德 -SwissArmy- ♂ 給 SwissArmy 發送悄悄話 SwissArmy 的博客首頁 SwissArmy 的個人群組 (142 bytes)(18 reads)02/02/2020 postreply10:23:03
TJKCB 回複 悄悄話
Chinese doctor who was silenced now has coronavirus







By Yong Xiong and Nectar Gan, CNN

4 hrs ago
















?


Demi Lovato Sings National Anthem at Super Bowl

?


Underrated and forgotten films and performances
?







?






























Kushner: Palestinians have blown every chance so far






CNN Logo



Benjamin Netanyahu, Donald Trump are posing for a picture: President Donald Trump pauses as he speaks during an event with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in the East Room of the White House in Washington, Tuesday, Jan. 28, 2020.






CNN Logo



Donald Trump, Benjamin Netanyahu are posing for a picture: LEFT: US President Donald Trump speaks during a meeting with teachers, school administrators and parents in the Roosevelt Room of the White House in Washington, DC, February 14, 2017. / AFP / SAUL LOEB (Photo credit should read SAUL LOEB/AFP/Getty Images) RIGHT: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu attends the weekly cabinet meeting at his office in Jerusalem, January 8, 2017 . / AFP / POOL / ABIR SULTAN (Photo credit should read ABIR SULTAN/AFP/Getty Images)






CNN Logo








?





00:33

02:56


?




















?














Coronavirus whistleblower doctor being treated for virus


















CNN Logo





























CNN Logo

Kushner: Palestinians have blown every chance so far


CNN Logo

Benjamin Netanyahu, Donald Trump are posing for a picture: President Donald Trump pauses as he speaks during an event with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in the East Room of the White House in Washington, Tuesday, Jan. 28, 2020.


CNN Logo

Donald Trump, Benjamin Netanyahu are posing for a picture: LEFT: US President Donald Trump speaks during a meeting with teachers, school administrators and parents in the Roosevelt Room of the White House in Washington, DC, February 14, 2017. / AFP / SAUL LOEB (Photo credit should read SAUL LOEB/AFP/Getty Images) RIGHT: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu attends the weekly cabinet meeting at his office in Jerusalem, January 8, 2017 . / AFP / POOL / ABIR SULTAN (Photo credit should read ABIR SULTAN/AFP/Getty Images)


CNN Logo

A wreckage of a U.S. military aircraft that crashed in Ghazni province, Afghanistan, is seen Monday, Jan. 27, 2020. The aircraft crashed in Ghazni province on Monday, A U.S. military aircraft crashed in eastern Afghanistan on Monday, an American official said, adding that there were no indications so far it'd been brought down by enemy fire. (AP PhotolSaifullah Maftoon)


CNN Logo

CNN exclusive: Top EU official says Brexit is a 'wound'


CNN Logo

Saudi FM: The killing of Khashoggi was a terrible crime


CNN Logo

Saudi FM: Relations with Israel dependent on peace deal


CNN Logo


Becky Anderson, Saeb Erekat are posing for a picture


CNN Logo

A bipartisan take on impeachment trial


CNN Logo

CNN reporter describes scramble to flee Wuhan before lockdown


CNN Logo

Rehabilitating LA gang members with tenderness


CNN Logo

Canadian woman wakes with car full of snow


CNN Logo

Salame: 'Libya is not Syria'


CNN Logo

Meghan Markle et al. standing next to a person in a suit and tie: LONDON, ENGLAND - JULY 10: (L-R) Queen Elizabeth II, Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex watch the RAF flypast on the balcony of Buckingham Palace, as members of the Royal Family attend events to mark the centenary of the RAF on July 10, 2018 in London, England. (Photo by Chris Jackson/Getty Images)


CNN Logo

Prince Harry addresses his decision to leave royal life


CNN Logo



















UP NEXT





On December 30, Li Wenliang dropped a bombshell in his medical school alumni group on the popular Chinese messaging app WeChat: seven patients from a local seafood market had been diagnosed with a SARS-like illness and quarantined in his hospital.



Li explained that, according to a test he had seen, the illness was a coronavirus -- a large family of viruses that includes severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS).

Memories of SARS run deep in China, where a pandemic in 2003 killed hundreds following a government cover up. "I only wanted to remind my university classmates to be careful," he said.

Li, a 34-year-old doctor working in Wuhan, the central Chinese city at the epicenter of the deadly coronavirus outbreak, told his friends to warn their loved ones privately. But within hours screenshots of his messages had gone viral -- without his name being blurred. "When I saw them circulating online, I realized that it was out of my control and I would probably be punished," Li said.

He was right.

Soon after he posted the message, Li was accused of rumor-mongering by the Wuhan police. He was one of several medics targeted by police for trying to blow the whistle on the deadly virus in the early weeks of the outbreak. The virus has since claimed at least 425 lives and sickened more than 20,000 people globally -- including Li.

From an intensive care bed in hospital, Li told CNN he was confirmed Saturday to have contracted the virus.

His diagnosis has sparked outrage across China, where a backlash is growing against state censorship around the illness and an initial delay in warning the public about the deadly virus.

Summoned by the police

On the same day in December that Li messaged his friends, an emergency notice was issued by the Wuhan Municipal Health Commission, informing the city's medical institutions that a series of patients from the Huanan Seafood Wholesale Market had an "unknown pneumonia."

The notice came with a warning: "Any organizations or individuals are not allowed to release treatment information to the public without authorization."





In the early hours of December 31, Wuhan's health authorities held an emergency meeting to discuss the outbreak. Afterwards, Li was summoned by officials at his hospital to explain how he knew about the cases, according to state-run newspaper Beijing Youth Daily.

Later that day, the Wuhan authorities announced the outbreak and alerted the World Health Organization. But Li's troubles did not end there.

On January 3, Li was called to a local police station and reprimanded for "spreading rumors online" and "severely disrupting social order" over the message he sent in the chat group.

In that message, Li said the patients had been diagnosed with SARS, citing the test result that showed the pathogen tested positive for the SARS virus with a high "confidence coefficient" -- a measure indicating the accuracy of the test. He clarified in a subsequent message that the virus was actually a different type of coronavirus, but the screenshot of his first message had already spread online.

Li had to sign a statement -- which CNN has seen a photograph of -- acknowledging his "misdemeanor" and promising not to commit further "unlawful acts."

He feared he was going to be detained. "My family would worry sick about me, if I lose my freedom for a few days," he told CNN over a text message on WeChat -- he was coughing too much and breathing too poorly to speak over the phone.

Luckily, Li was allowed to leave the police station after an hour.

The Wuhan police has not responded to CNN's request for comment at the time of publishing. The Wuhan Municipal Health Commission declined to comment.





a person wearing a mask: Wuhan doctor Li Wenliang in an intensive care bed on oxygen support after contracting the coronavirus.


a group of people standing around a bag of luggage: Medical staff wearing protective clothing with a patient at the Wuhan Red Cross Hospital in Wuhan.


a man wearing a suit and tie: Li Wenliang, a doctor in Wuhan, was punished by police for "spreading rumors" over a message warning people against the coronavirus.


a bedroom with a bed and a chair in a room: Wuhan doctor Li Wenliang, who contracted the coronavirus from a patient he treated, in an intensive care ward.


a group of people wearing costumes: Chinese police officers wearing masks stand in front of the Tiananmen Gate on January 26 in Beijing.


a person wearing a mask: Wuhan doctor Li Wenliang in an intensive care bed on oxygen support after contracting the coronavirus.
Next Slide
?Full screen




1/5 SLIDES ? Li Wenliang






Wuhan doctor Li Wenliang in an intensive care bed on oxygen support after contracting the coronavirus.
















































The ophthalmologist returned to work at Wuhan Central Hospital feeling helpless. He said: "There was nothing I could do. (Everything) has to adhere to the official line."

On January 10, after unwittingly treating a patient with the Wuhan coronavirus, Li started coughing and developed a fever the next day. He was hospitalized on January 12. In the following days, Li's condition deteriorated so badly that he was admitted to the intensive care unit, and given oxygen support.

On February 1, he tested positive for coronavirus.

Playing down the outbreak

From the start, the Chinese authorities wanted to control information about the outbreak, silencing any voices that differed with their narrative -- regardless of whether they were telling the truth.

On January 1, the Wuhan police announced it had "taken legal measures" against eight people who had recently "published and shared rumors online" about the pneumonia-like illness and "caused adverse impacts on society."

"The internet is not a land beyond the law ... Any unlawful acts of fabricating, spreading rumors and disturbing the social order will be punished by police according to the law, with zero tolerance," said a police statement on Weibo, China's Twitter-like platform.

The police announcement was broadcast across the country on CCTV, China's state broadcaster, making it clear how the Chinese government would treat such "rumormongers."

In the two weeks that followed, the Wuhan Municipal Health Commission remained the only source for updates on the developments of the outbreak. Chinese scientists identified the pathogen as a new coronavirus on January 7. For about a week, no new confirmed cases were announced. Health authorities maintained there was "no obvious evidence for human to human transmission," no infection of healthcare workers, and that the outbreak was "preventable and controllable."

On January 31, Li wrote in a post on Weibo how he felt during that period: "I was wondering why (the government's) official notices were still saying there was no human-to-human transmission, and there were no healthcare workers infected."

Then came a sudden jump in infections. Until January 17, the Wuhan authorities had only reported 41 cases of the virus. By January 20, that number had soared to 198.

The central government took over and, on January 20, President Xi Jinping ordered "resolute efforts to curb the spread" of the coronavirus and stressed the need for the timely release of information -- it was the first time Xi had publicly addressed the outbreak.

Later that evening, Zhong Nanshan, a government-appointed respiratory expert, known for fighting SARS 17 years ago, declared on state broadcaster CCTV that the new coronavirus was transmissible from person to person.




Slide 1 of 50: Stewardesses take temperatures of passengers as a preventive measure for the coronavirus on an Air China flight from Melbourne to Beijing before it land at Beijing Capital International Airport in China, Tuesday, Feb. 4, 2020. China said Tuesday the number of infections from a new virus surpassed 20,000 as medical workers and patients arrived at a new hospital and President Xi Jinping said "we have launched a people's war of prevention of the epidemic."


Slide 2 of 50: A TV crew film a cruise ship Diamond Princess anchoring off the Yokohama Port Tuesday, Feb. 4, 2020, in Yokohama, near Tokyo. Japanese health officials are conducting extensive medical checks on all 3,700 passengers and crew of the cruise ship that returned to the country after one passenger tested positive for the new coronavirus.


Slide 3 of 50: Medical workers hold a strike outside the Hospital Authority as they demand for Hong Kong to close its border with China to reduce the coronavirus spreading, in Hong Kong, China February 4, 2020.


Slide 4 of 50: A medical worker wearing protective gear (C) waits to take the temperature of people in an entrance of Princess Margaret Hospital in Hong Kong on February 4, 2020. - Hong Kong on February 4 become the second place outside of the Chinese mainland to report the death of a patient being treated for a new coronavirus that has so far claimed more than 400 lives.


Five Winning Stocks Under $39

Five Winning Stocks Under $39

Ad The Motley Fool


Slide 5 of 50: This handout photo taken and released by Malaysia's Ministry of Health shows Malaysian nationals being directed onto a bus by health officials in protective suits as they arrived at Kuala Lumpur International Airport in Sepang, Malaysia, Tuesday, Feb. 4, 2020, after being evacuated from China's Wuhan, the epicenter of the novel coronavirus outbreak.


Slide 6 of 50: A dog wears a paper cup over its mouth on a street in Beijing on February 4, 2020. - The number of total infections in China's coronavirus outbreak has passed 20,400 nationwide with 3,235 new cases confirmed, the National Health Commission said on February 4.


Slide 7 of 50: Workers set up beds at an exhibition centre that was converted into a hospital in Wuhan in China's central Hubei province on February 4, 2020. - The Wuhan government said it plans to convert three existing venues, including a gymnasium and an exhibition centre, into hospitals to take in patients with mild symptoms of the new coronavirus that has so far claimed more than 400 lives.


Slide 8 of 50: South Korean young men wear masks to protect against the new coronavirus as they take part in a conscription examination for the national service in Seoul, South Korea, February 3, 2020. REUTERS/Heo Ran


Slide 9 of 50: HANOI, VIETNAM - FEBRUARY 03: People wear face mask while waiting to buy gold from a gold shop on the day of the God of Wealth on February 3, 2020 in Hanoi, Vietnam. Vietnam confirms its 8th case of coronavirus today. The new patient, a Vietnamese blue-collar worker recently returned to Vietnam after having attended a vocational training program in the central Chinese city of Wuhan. As per Vietnamese tradition and custom, the tenth day of the Lunar New Year, which is today (February 3), is the day when the God of Wealth returns to heaven, creating the belief that buying gold then will bring good luck and prosperity throughout the year.


California Veterans May Get A Huge Reward

California Veterans May Get A Huge Reward

Ad Fetcharate


Slide 10 of 50: Pedestrians wear face masks as they cross a road in Hong Kong on February 3, 2020, as a preventative measure following a virus outbreak which began in the Chinese city of Wuhan. - Hundreds of Hong Kong medical workers walked off their jobs on February 3, demanding the city close its border with China to reduce the coronavirus spreading -- with frontline staff threatening to follow suit in the coming days. (Photo by Anthony WALLACE / AFP) (Photo by


Slide 11 of 50: SUINING, CHINA - FEBRUARY 03 2020: Medical staff pose for photos with a woman patient who has been cured of 2019-nCoV and her husband who has stayed healthy in the 14-day quarantine in a hospital in Suining in southwest China's Sichuan province Monday, Feb. 03, 2020.- PHOTOGRAPH BY Feature China / Barcroft Media (Photo credit should read


Slide 12 of 50: Travellers wearing facemasks arrive from various provinces at the Beijing Railway Station on February 3, 2020. - China said February 3 it urgently needed medical equipment and surgical masks as the death toll from a new coronavirus jumped above 360, making it more deadly than the SARS crisis nearly two decades ago. (Photo by NOEL CELIS / AFP) (Photo by


Slide 13 of 50: MOSCOW, RUSSIA - FEBRUARY 3, 2020: An employee of the Russian Emergency Siatuations Ministry in a medical mask waiting for a Beijing-Moscow train arriving at Yaroslavsky Railway Station. An outbreak of pneumonia-like disease caused by a coronavirus was registered in Wuhan, a port city of 11 mln people, the administrative center of the Hubei province, in the end of December 2019. As of February 3, 2020, over 17 thousand people are infected, the death toll is over 300.


Slide 14 of 50: People wearing protective facemasks visit the Durbar Square in Kathmandu on February 3, 2020. - China said on February 3 it urgently needed medical equipment and surgical masks as the death toll from a new coronavirus jumped above 360, making it more deadly than the SARS crisis nearly two decades ago. The World Health Organization has declared the crisis a global health emergency, and the first foreign death from the virus was confirmed in the Philippines on February 2. (Photo by Jewel SAMAD / AFP) (Photo by


People Who Retire Happily Avoid These Financial Advisor Mistakes

People Who Retire Happily Avoid These Financial Advisor Mistakes

Ad SmartAsset


Slide 15 of 50: MANILA, PHILIPPINES - FEBRUARY 03: Signs indicating that face masks are sold out are seen at a medical supply shop, as public fear over China's Wuhan Coronavirus grows, on February 3, 2020 in Manila, Philippines. The Philippine government has been heavily criticized after failing to immediately implement travel restrictions on China, the source of a deadly coronavirus that has now killed more than 300 people and infected thousands more. On Sunday, the first coronavirus death outside of China was reported in the Philippines. (Photo by


Slide 16 of 50: HONG KONG, CHINA, FEBRUARY 3, 2020: People wearing masks seen in the Mass Transit Railway (MTR). Hong Kong epidemic situation hit economic hard. The Financial Secretary Paul Chan said that Hong Kong may record a budget deficit this financial year.- PHOTOGRAPH BY May James / Echoes WIre/ Barcroft Media (Photo credit should read


Slide 17 of 50: Military personnel go through disinfecting procedures prior to handle Italian citizens repatriated from the coronavirus hot-zone of Wuhan, at the Mario De Bernardi military airport in Pratica di Mare, south of Rome, on February 3, 2020 prior to be placed in quarantine at the nearby Cecchignola center. (Photo by ANSA / AFP) (Photo by


Slide 18 of 50: MANILA, PHILIPPINES - FEBRUARY 03: Chinese nationals, whose flight was cancelled after the Philippine government imposed travel restrictions to and from China amid the outbreak of the Wuhan Coronavirus, wait outside the closed ticketing office of China Eastern Airlines at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport on February 3, 2020 in Manila, Philippines. The Philippine government has been heavily criticized after failing to immediately implement travel restrictions on China, the source of a deadly coronavirus that has now killed more than 300 people and infected thousands more. On Sunday, the first coronavirus death outside of China was reported in the Philippines. (Photo by


Slide 19 of 50: BERLIN, GERMANY - FEBRUARY 03: A passenger wears a face mask at Airport Tegel on February 03, 2020 in Berlin, Germany. As more cases of coronavirus are being confirmed across the globe fears are rising that the virus is reaching the category of a pandemic. Germany so far has ten confirmed cases of the infection. (Photo by


Slide 20 of 50: In this photo released by the Indonesian Foreign Ministry, Indonesians who arrived from Wuhan, China, are sprayed with antiseptic at Hang Nadim Airport in Batam, Indonesia Sunday, Feb. 2, 2020. Indonesians evacuated from Wuhan, the Chinese city at the center of a deadly virus outbreak, were transported to a quarantine zone on a remote island at the edge of the South China Sea, shortly after landing on Batam, an island near Singapore on Sunday morning. (Indonesian Foreign Ministry via AP)


Slide 21 of 50: People wearing protective masks to prevent the spread of the SARS-like virus put a facemask on a snowman at the Jingshan park after a snowfall in Beijing on February 2, 2020. - A virus similar to the SARS pathogen has killed more than 300 people in China and spread around the world since emerging in a market in the central Chinese city of Wuhan. (Photo by NICOLAS ASFOURI / AFP) (Photo by NICOLAS ASFOURI/AFP via Getty Images)


Slide 22 of 50: Staff members wearing protective masks check a passenger at Shanghai railway station in Shanghai, China, as the country is hit by an outbreak of a new coronavirus, February 2, 2020. REUTERS/Aly Song


Slide 23 of 50: Indonesian migrant workers wearing masks practice an instrument called "gendang" at Victoria Park in Hong Kong, Sunday, Feb. 2, 2020. Indonesia flew back more than 200 nationals from Wuhan on Sunday and quarantined them on remote Natuna Islands for two weeks. (AP Photo/Achmad Ibrahim)


Slide 24 of 50: Indian nationals sitting in a bus are transported out of Indira Gandhi International Airport following their evacuation from the Chinese city of Wuhan, in New Delhi, India, February 2, 2020. REUTERS/Anushree Fadnavis


Slide 25 of 50: Portuguese nationals who were in the coronavirus-stricken Chinese city of Wuhan are pictured at Figo Maduro military airbase in Lisbon, Portugal February 2, 2020. Mario Cruz/Pool via REUTERS


Slide 26 of 50: This aerial photo taken on February 2, 2020 shows the Huoshenshan hospital, which means "Fire God Mountain", after handed over to China's army in Wuhan in China's central Hubei province. - China's army on February 2 was given control of a nearly-finished field hospital that will treat patients at the epicentre of a deadly virus epidemic that has severely strained medical facilities. (Photo by STR / AFP) / China OUT (Photo by STR/AFP via Getty Images)


Slide 27 of 50: LOS ANGELES, CA - FEBRUARY 02: Young travelers arrive to LAX Tom Bradley International Terminal wearing medical masks for protection against the coronavirus outbreak on February 2, 2020 in Los Angeles, California. The United States has declared a public health emergency and will implement strict travel restrictions later today. Foreign nationals who have been in China in the last two weeks and are not immediate family members of U.S. citizens or permanent residents will be barred from entering the U.S. Meanwhile, about 195 U.S. citizens who were evacuated from China to March Air Reserve in California are under under quarantine at the base, prohibited from leaving until it is determined that they will not develop symptoms of the disease. (Photo by David McNew/Getty Images)


Slide 28 of 50: A woman wears a mask as a preventive measure against the coronavirus outbreak, in Bangkok, Thailand February 3, 2020. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun


Slide 29 of 50: A woman wears a mask to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus as she walks in Chinatown at Bangkok, Thailand February 2, 2020.


Slide 30 of 50: An employee (L) puts a protective face mask on a child at a railway station in Hanoi on February 2, 2020. - The death toll from China's coronavirus epidemic soared to 304 on Feburary 2, as an increasing number of countries imposed extraordinary Chinese travel bans to combat the spread of the disease.


Slide 31 of 50: Medical staff wearing protective suits check Myanmar students who were evacuated on a chartered flight from the Chinese city of Wuhan, at a hospital in Mandalay on February 2, 2020. - The death toll from China's coronavirus epidemic soared to 304 on Feburary 2, as an increasing number of countries imposed extraordinary Chinese travel bans to combat the spread of the disease.


Slide 32 of 50: Mexican students wear protective masks upon their arrival at the Del Bajio International Airport, after the Guanajuato state government arranged the return from China for Mexican students due to the coronavirus outbreak, in Silao, Mexico February 1, 2020.


Slide 33 of 50: A German Air Force plane, carrying evacuated citizens, returns from China's coronavirus-struck Wuhan to Frankfurt, Germany, February 1, 2020.


Slide 34 of 50: Police tape blocks access to a staircase in a hospital in San Sebastian, where the first case of coronavirus in the country has been confirmed, in La Gomera, Spain February 1, 2020.


Slide 35 of 50: A person holds a child as passengers grab their luggages as they disembark a Turkish cargo plane at the Etimesgut military Airport in Ankara on February 1, 2020, after being repatriated from the Chinese city of Wuhan, the epicentre of the new coronavirus outbreak.


Slide 36 of 50: An Iraqi Health Ministry employee checks passengers' temperature, amid the new coronavirus outbreak, upon their arrival at Basra airport, in Basra, Iraq February 1, 2020. REUTERS/Essam al-Sudani


Slide 37 of 50: A woman wears a protective mask in light of the coronavirus outbreak in China as she walks at the Trocadero esplanade in front of the Eiffel Tower in Paris, France, February 1, 2020. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes


Slide 38 of 50: Students and family members of Pakistani students living in the Chinese city of Wuhan, protest demanding their return home, in Islamabad on February 1, 2020. - Chinafaced deepening isolation over its coronavirus epidemic on February 1 as the death toll soared to 259, with the United States and Australia leading a growing list of nations to impose extraordinary Chinese travel bans. (Photo by Farooq NAEEM / AFP) (Photo by FAROOQ NAEEM/AFP via Getty Images)


Slide 39 of 50: ANKARA, TURKEY - FEBRUARY 1: A footage captured from a video shows two passengers holding Turkish flag in Turkish cargo plane carrying 42 passengers from the Chinese city of Wuhan, the epicenter of the deadly coronavirus outbreak, after landing at Etimesgut Military Airport in Ankara, Turkey on February 1, 2020. (Photo by AA Video/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images)


Slide 40 of 50: GUANGZHOU, CHINA - FEBRUARY 1: People are seen out of the shop to buy mask on February 1,2020 in Guangzhou, China. At present, people infected with the new coronavirus are spread all over China. Citizens wear masks to protect against the virus. Currently, masks on the market are in short supply. Many citizens wait in line early. Due to the large number of people, businesses have adopted a policy of purchasing 2 per person. (Photo by Stringer/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images)


Slide 41 of 50: NEW DELHI, INDIA FEBRUARY 1: Crew members and officials of an Indian airline carry their belongings while wearing protective masks as a precaution against a possible coronavirus infection on their return from China, at Indira Gandhi International Airport, on February 1, 2020 in New Delhi, India. The passengers, mostly students, who were evacuated from Wuhan, will be kept in isolation for 14 days at the ITBP centre in Chhawla in the national capital. Chinese authorities did not allow six Indians on board after they reported high temperatures during screening. A screening camp has been set up at the Delhi Airport where they will be screened before they are put under quarantine.(Photo by Amal KS/Hindustan Times via Getty Images)


Slide 42 of 50: Workmen use a jet wash to clean the outside of a block at Arrowe Park Hospital in Merseyside, where British nationals from the coronavirus-hit city of Wuhan in China are being quarantined. (Photo by Danny Lawson/PA Images via Getty Images)


Slide 43 of 50: Family members of one of the Sri Lankan students evacuated from Wuhan province in China and brought to Sri Lanka hold candles during a vigil to pray for people who are suffering from the coronavirus in the world, in Colombo, Sri Lanka February 1, 2020. REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte


Slide 44 of 50: A total of 316 Bangladeshi citizens were brought back from China's Wuhan, the epicenter of the new coronavirus outbreak, on 1st February 2020 and seven of them were sent to Kurmitola General Hospital. Biman Bangladesh Airlines managing director Mokabbir Hossain said 316 Bangladeshis, including three infants, arrived in Dhaka from Wuhan in the morning. (Photo by Sony Ramany/NurPhoto via Getty Images)


Slide 45 of 50: Mandatory Credit: Photo by ANGELO CARCONI/EPA-EFE/Shutterstock (10544575n) Tourists wear protective masks in front of the Coliseum in Rome, Italy, 31 January 2020. According to the Italian health authorities, first two cases of the coronavirus infection has been registered in the country. The coronavirus, called 2019-nCoV, originating from Wuhan, China, has spread to all the 31 provinces of China as well as more than a dozen countries in the world. The outbreak of coronavirus has so far claimed 213 lives and infected more than 8,000 others, according to media reports. Cases of Coronavirus in Italy, Rome - 31 Jan 2020


Slide 46 of 50: MANILA, PHILIPPINES - JANUARY 31: Filipinos hoping to buy face masks crowd outside a medical supply shop that was raided by police for allegedly hoarding and overpricing the masks, as public fear over China's Wuhan Coronavirus grows, on January 31, 2020 in Manila, Philippines. The Philippine government has been heavily criticized after failing to immediately implement travel restrictions from China, the source of a deadly coronavirus that has now killed hundreds and infected thousands more. The World Health Organization (WHO) on Thursday declared the coronavirus a public health emergency of international concern. (Photo by Ezra Acayan/Getty Images)


Slide 47 of 50: BRIZE NORTON, ENGLAND - JANUARY 31: Coaches transport eighty-three Britons and 27 foreign nationals who have been evacuated from Wuhan following a Coronavirus outbreak, from RAF Brize Norton to Arrowe Park Hospital in Merseyside, where they will be quarantined, on January 31, 2020 in Brize Norton, England. Two people in the same family have been diagnosed with the Coronavirus in the UK, which has killed at least 213 people in China. (Photo by Leon Neal/Getty Images)


Slide 48 of 50: SINGAPORE - JANUARY 31: People undergo temperature checks at the entrance during the 'Colours in Harmony', Chingay Parade at the F1 Pit Building on January 31, 2020 in Singapore. Singapore has confirmed 16 cases of the deadly coronavirus as of January 31, which emerged last month in the city of Wuhan in China. (Photo by Suhaimi Abdullah/Getty Images)


Slide 49 of 50: Volunteers in protective suits disinfect a residential compound, as the country is hit by the outbreak of a new coronavirus, in Taizhou, Zhejiang province, China January 30, 2020. Picture taken January 30, 2020. China Daily via REUTERS ATTENTION EDITORS - THIS IMAGE WAS PROVIDED BY A THIRD PARTY. CHINA OUT. - RC2VQE9QTC2P


Slide 50 of 50: Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam, front, and other government officials wear protective face masks before a press conference in Hong Kong, Friday, Jan. 31, 2020. China has moved to lock down at least three big cities in an unprecedented effort to contain the deadly new virus that has sickened hundreds of people and spread to other parts of the world. (AP Photo/Achmad Ibrahim)


Slide 1 of 50: Stewardesses take temperatures of passengers as a preventive measure for the coronavirus on an Air China flight from Melbourne to Beijing before it land at Beijing Capital International Airport in China, Tuesday, Feb. 4, 2020. China said Tuesday the number of infections from a new virus surpassed 20,000 as medical workers and patients arrived at a new hospital and President Xi Jinping said "we have launched a people's war of prevention of the epidemic."
Next Slide
?Full screen




1/50 SLIDES ? Andy Wong/AP Photo







China has confirmed human-to-human transmission of a new SARS-like coronavirus linked to the Wuhan pneumonia outbreak. With the number of cases soaring and spreading to countries beyond China, the World Health Organization has declared an international public health emergency.








































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































Slideshow by photo services

Three days later, authorities placed an unprecedented lockdown on Wuhan, the economic engine and transportation hub of China's central heartland -- but five million people had already left the city for the Lunar New Year holiday.

Now, the virus has spread to every region in the country, including the far western frontier of Xinjiang and the remote region of Tibet.

In an interview with CCTV on January 27, Wuhan mayor Zhou Xianwang admitted his government did not disclose information on the coronavirus "in a timely fashion."

He explained that under Chinese law on infectious diseases, the local government first needs to report the outbreak to national health authorities, and then get approval from the State Council before making an announcement.

"For the late disclosure, I hope everyone can understand that this is an infectious disease, and relevant information has special channels to be disclosed in accordance with law," he said.

Public uproar

By late January, the Wuhan government's mishandling of the outbreak was becoming well-understood in China. Many online thought of the group of eight "rumormongers," saying their early warnings could have saved hundreds of lives.

Calls for the eight to be vindicated grew -- even in state media. Xi's call for the timely release of information was seen as a green light to report on the coronavirus and Chinese journalists began producing in-depth coverage and hard-hitting investigative reports. The state-run newspaper Beijing Youth Daily interviewed Li and the article went viral. The piece was censored within hours, but the uproar remained.

As public anger mounted, China's Supreme Court on January 28 criticized the Wuhan police for punishing the "rumormongers."

"It might have been a fortunate thing for containing the new coronavirus, if the public had listened to this 'rumor' at the time, and adopted measures such as wearing masks, strict disinfection and avoiding going to the wildlife market," the Supreme Court commentary said.

Bowing to pressure, the Wuhan police issued a statement the next day, saying the eight people had only committed "particularly minor" misdemeanors for spreading "unverified information." It said they had only been summoned for a talk and not detained or fined.

On Saturday, another "rumormonger" came forward with her story in the Chinese press.

Xie Linka, an oncologist at Wuhan Union Hospital, told Chinese media she received a warning from police after sending an alert to her colleagues in a WeChat group on the evening of December 30.

In the message, Xie relayed a warning from fellow doctors about an infectious disease: "Don't go to Huanan Seafood Wholesale Market in the near future. Several people were found to have contracted an unknown pneumonia similar to SARS there. Today our hospital has received multiple patients from the market. Everyone please remember to wear masks and ventilate properly."

Now recovering in a quarantine ward, Li said he was not sure if he was one of the eight "rumormongers." But he felt relieved after reading the Supreme Court commentary, taking it as a sign that the central government is against giving him a harsh punishment.

On Li's Weibo, tens of thousands have left comments thanking him for speaking out and wishing him a speedy discovery.

"Dr Li, you're a good doctor with conscience. I hope you stay safe and sound," read one of the top-rated comments.

Others have questioned what could have been if Li's warning had been heeded.

"If Wuhan had paid attention to [his warning] back then and taken active preventive measures," wrote another Weibo user, "where we stand now a month later could be a completely different picture."









?

?

?

?

?

Microsoft may earn an Affiliate Commission if you purchase something through recommended links in this article.
登錄後才可評論.