Chinese officials in Wuhan and other cities within Hubei Province, where the novel coronavirus outbreak is most severe, reported to their higher-ups in the provincial government that people are not able to secure treatment, running out of supplies amid restrictive lockdown measures, and feeling fearful and anxious about the spreading disease.
Gareth Parker: if there is one positive of the COVID-19 crisis, it is how well the disaster has exposed the fragility of authoritarian governments
Coronavirus Is Hitting China’s Economy Harder Than Expected
‘They’re chasing me’: the journalist who wouldn’t stay quiet on Covid-19
Li Zehua is missing, presumed detained. He’s one of many for whom the coronavirus crisis has led to a political awakening and a demand for free speech
A Chinese Citizen Journalist Covering Coronavirus Just Live-Streamed His Own Arrest
Li Zehua quit his job at state-run TV station CCTV to expose the reality of life inside the Wuhan lockdown zone.
China purchasing indexes sink to record lows as coronavirus epidemic hits economy
Official manufacturing purchasing managers index tumbled to 35.7 in February, indicating a deep contraction
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