First images of dead people in the streets in Wuhan

First images of dead people in the streets in Wuhan

Infected
people seen ‘dead in streets’ in quarantined Chinese virus city

EXCLUSIVE:
Disturbing images on Instagram from inside Wuhan show residents
dropping to the floor following a lockdown of the city by Chinese
authorities

Daily Star,

23
January, 2020

Disturbing
images of Wuhan residents dropping unresponsive to the floor have
emerged on Instagram following the diseased Chinese city’s
coronavirus lockdown.

Wuhan
has been branded a “zombieland” by frantic locals after Chinese authorities told residents they are not allowed to leave yesterdaymorning.

Pictures
from inside the city paint an apocalyptic picture as medics patrol in
hazmat suits and gas masks.

In
an upload direct from Wuhan, a man can be seen lying unresponsive on
the floor as concerned individuals look on.

The
situation was witnessed by a line of six people who were all wearing
white masks inside the building (Image: Instagram)

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It
appears as though the man was waiting in line for paperwork when he
collapsed while wearing a disposable face mark for protection.

As
the scene unfolds, a medic dressed in all white approaches the man
and bends down to offer assistance.

The
situation was witnessed by a line of six people but the incident does
not seem isolated as other residents have posted images of the same
scenario.

Cases
have been confirmed in China, Thailand, South Korea, Japan and the
United States (Image: INSTAGRAM / DAILY STAR ONLINE)

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One
woman can be seen frantically pointing to the floor as a team of
medics in hazmat suits attend to a man lying unconscious on the
floor.

So
far the coronavirus has taken the lives of 25 people with over 600
cases confirmed worldwide.

Cases
have been confirmed in China, Thailand, South Korea, Japan and the
United States.

The
UK is yet to have a confirmed case of the virus but four people are
being held in isolation at Glasgow’s Queen Elizabeth University
Hospital.

Reports
suggest the individuals came through London from Wuhan and were
flagged after developing symptoms associated with the disease.

Initial
tests could not immediately isolate what the condition might be and
medics are “erring on the side of caution in the meantime”.

Symptoms
include a fever, cough, shortness of breath and breathing
difficulties (Image: Instagram)

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In
more severe cases, it can cause pneumonia severe acute respiratory
symptoms, and kidney failure.

Officials
from the World Health Organisation convened for an emergency meeting
in Geneva, Switzerland today after declaring a public health
emergency earlier this week.

It
is not yet clear how the strain developed but Gao Fu,
director-general of China’s Centre for Disease Control and
Prevention said the strain is adapting and mutating as it spreads.

In
a statement, Fu said: “The Wuhan coronavirus’ natural host
could be bats… but between bats and humans, there may be an unknown
intermediate.”

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