China in Focus (May 14): Fears of Virus Spread as Wuhan Tests All

By NTD Newsroom

Concern of a second wave of virus spread are rising as Wuhan rolls out its mass testing regime. Videos show worrisome scenes at the city’s test sites.

As more cities in northeastern China go into lockdown, Shenyang city shuts down a military hospital—no one is allowed to enter or leave.

The pandemic has dealt the Chinese economy a heavy blow, but internal files obtained by NTD show that local officials inflated the country’s GDP, meaning that the real economic situation is likely worse than what the officials are admitting.

The pandemic has prompted countries around the world to rethink their relationship with Communist China. Today, we look at one of the most controversial areas of cooperation with China—the organ transplant industry.

And the U.S. State Department is slamming cyber attacks by hackers linked to the Chinese regime. The FBI is warning Americans that attacks are targeting organizations working on a vaccine for the CCP virus.

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