Beijing. The Chinese government officially published the first-ever Monday for the detection and control of COVID-19 disease and said that the corona virus was first detected at the end of December last year. And then the disease was considered to be ‘pneumonia due to unknown reasons’.
Meanwhile, Beijing has been accused of hiding information related to the corona virus. China’s National Health Commission (NHC) said on Monday that the outbreak of the corona virus has killed 3,331 people and the number of infected people has risen to 81,708 by Sunday.
NHC said that a total of 1,299 patients are under treatment while 77,078 patients have been discharged after treatment. According to data from Johns Hopkins University, 70,590 people have died in the world-wide Kovid-19 pandemic and more than 1.2 million people are in the grip of the infection in 180 countries.
China’s official news agency Xinhua cited the development document as saying that in December last year, the Wuhan Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) located in central China’s Hubei province detected pneumonia due to unknown reasons.
On December 30, the Wuhan body health commission issued an urgent notification to medical institutions under its jurisdiction, ordering appropriate treatment of patients suffering from pneumonia due to unknown reasons. China has been subject to criticism over Kovid-19, and Beijing has also been accused of suppressing Corona virus cases by misuse of media.
Last month, US President Donald Trump said that China initially hid information related to the deadly corona virus, which cost the world dearly. Trump had blamed China for the current public health crisis in the world. Prior to Trump’s remarks, the US National Security Council tweeted that the Communist Party of China did not allow early reports related to the corona virus to come out and punish doctors, causing Chinese and international experts to stop a global pandemic critical. missed opportunity.
On 26 March, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said China’s ruling Communist Party posed a threat to the lifestyle and health of American citizens. Pompeo accused Beijing of deliberately misinforming and diverting attention from the corona virus crisis. China denied the US allegations and said it was working openly and responsibly with the international community to deal with the global crisis.