Residents in Beijing, Northeast China Report New Highs in Pneumonia-Related Deaths

Residents in Beijing and northeast China have reported observing what appears to be a new high in pneumonia-related deaths amid severe cold as the latest wave of respiratory illness continues to sweep the country.
Local residents have said that this wave of pneumonia, which they believe is COVID-19, has been more severe than what they witnessed during the explosion of COVID-19 in December 2022, when the ruling Chinese Communist Party (CCP) suddenly reversed its health policies and lifted its strict lockdown restrictions.
Peng Zhibin, director of the Respiratory Infectious Diseases Office of the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention, said at a press briefing held by the National Health Commission on Dec. 24 that the current acute respiratory diseases in China are dominated by influenza viruses, circulating at the same time with other pathogens, such as mycoplasma pneumonia, adenovirus, and respiratory syncytial virus (RSV). He said influenza is now being seen at a high level….

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