Wuhan Locals Actually Believe 42,000 People Likely Died in the China Virus Outbreak Not the 3,200 that the Communist Government Originally Claimed

According to a Daily Mail report, Wuhan locals assert that 42,000 people were killed during the China virus pandemic that started in the aforementioned city.

This is more than ten times the figures that government authorities put forward after the virus broke out.

Official reports had 3,300 people dead and over 81,000 infected.

On the other hand, Wuhan residents claim 500 urns have been sent to grieving families every day from seven separate funeral homes in the city.

In other words, the ashes of 3,500 people are sent out every 24 hours.

42,000 urns could be handed out in a 12-day period.

According to local media reports, the Hankou premises received two shipments of 5,000 urns in only two days.

This development comes as the province loosened its two-month lockdown of 50 million people.

People who had a “green” health certificate – which signifies that they have tested negative for the virus – were allowed to leave the province from midnight on March 25, the first time they were allowed to leave the region since January 23.

However, restrictions on travelling into and out of Wuhan will stay in effect until April 8, 2020.

According to the account of one resident in Wuhan that RFA reported on, the individual said  ‘It can’t be right because the incinerators have been working round the clock, so how can so few people have died?’

A source close to authorities in Hubei province declared that many residents had died in their homes without receiving an official diagnosis.

Another resident claimed: “Maybe the authorities are gradually releasing the real figures, intentionally or unintentionally, so that people will gradually come to accept the reality.”

They asserted that the estimated figure was not exaggerated given that 28,000 cremations took place in one month.

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