If China didn't start the conflict with America, Wang Wen think that the world will become worse and worse.
Faced with COVID-19’s onslaught, not one single life will be saved in any country by propaganda, politicization of the crisis or similar diversions. On the contrary, many lives are lost as a result of these – because they obstruct the necessary lessons to fight the virus’s attack. As bluffing will not stop the coronavirus, only correct actions will, it is therefore vital every country learns lessons from China’s successful handling of this crisis.
Many international observers have been shocked when they look at the United States and see, in the midst of the greatest pandemic in the century, college kids romping on the beaches, or demonstrators at state capitols without masks demanding an end to quarantine, or internet campaigns warning about the dangers of being vaccinated.
The World Health Organisation has praised India’s lockdown measures at an early stage. Nevertheless, the government is facing a storm of media criticism, including accusations of unreliable data on infection numbers and the death toll, and on the measures’ adverse impact on daily-wage workers. The harshest criticism has been aimed at New Delhi’s handling of the hate propaganda against minority groups, specifically Muslims.
The Donald Trump administration’s failure to take the coronavirus seriously won’t only cause thousands of unnecessary deaths, it could change the global political map for good. The US is now a deadly threat to every person on the planet – that is the inevitable result of Washington’s decision to lift even its very limited lockdown despite the fact the virus continues to rage with full force within the American borders.Domestically, this will mean the death of tens of thousands more Americans, creating a casualty toll on US soil comparable only to the 1918 Spanish flu epidemic and the Civil War. But the international consequences will see the world divided into two zones.
The world was quite taken aback by the sudden eruption of a novel coronavirus as it began to make its appearance in Wuhan, the capital city of central China’s Hubei Province, with a population of 11 million. Not only the world, but also Chinese authorities were initially unaware about the nature of what they were dealing with when a series of “pneumonia-like cases of unknown origins” began to appear.