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CCP Virus Paralyzes Public Security Bureau in Shulan City

2020-06-04 21:35
Shulan city, located in China’s northeastern region, has locked down since the first confirmed case of the CCP virus infection was identified. At least 34 cases have since been identified in Jilin province. All reportedly confirmed cases in Shulan are linked to a 45-year-old laundry worker for the Public Security Bureau in Shulan. Introduction: A local resident of Shulan revealed that a local hospital has been designated for accepting patients with the CCP virus infection. Female: The entire city is locked down. No one is allowed to enter or leave. The local residential complexes are also locked down. The city mandated testing for anyone who has come into contact with the laundry worker and her family. I believe the leaders in Shulan have contracted the virus. The city party chief has been dismissed. The deputy party chief has possibly been dismissed already. The mayor might be the next to be fired. I think they’re all going to be gone, including the head of the public security bureau. Vice Premier Sun Chunlan came to Shulan in the evening after she visited Heilongjiang and then she went to Jilin city. Shulan’s public security bureau has been paralyzed. It is said that police have been deployed from the province to Shulan. Shulan’s local police have nearly all been idled. Shulan is now the second Wuhan. The vice premier came for a short inspection. Who would stay in the epicenter? Sun Chunlan had stayed there for only two months. The Shulan Mining Bureau General Hospital has been converted to a makeshift hospital. It was said that new medical machines were ordered a few days ago. I think the equipment has arrived. The interview was conducted by Luo Ya from the Chinese-language Epoch Times.