A Chinese virologist who escaped to the USA spoke about fear for her life

A Hong Kong virologist, Dr. Yan Li-Meng, who fled to the US earlier this year, said she was scared for her life, adding that Beijing wants people to keep quiet about events in China. The words of the scientist leads Fox News.

The virologist, who spoke about the Chinese authorities hiding the truth about the dangers of coronavirus, said that she was very afraid for her life: “I know how they [the Chinese government] relate to informants.” “[They want] people to be silent if they want to reveal the truth, not only about COVID-19, but also about other things happening in China,” she said on Monday, July 13, while visiting TV host Bill Hemmer (Bill Hemmer).

Yang cited the 2003 pandemic as an example. Then, according to her, the laboratories of her colleagues, who discovered evidence of concealment of circumstances and published them, were closed by the government.

Yang also shared that she is waiting for the moment to tell about everything that she knows and will provide all evidence to the US government. “And I want them to understand, and I also want people in the US to understand how terrible this is. This is not what you saw … This is something completely different. We must look for true evidence and get real evidence, because it is a key part to stop this pandemic. We don’t have much time, ”she explained.

According to the virologist, the Beijing government already in December knew that more than 40 citizens were infected with coronavirus, and that already then there was a transmission of the virus from person to person. In May, information from intelligence files compiled by Five Eyes intelligence agencies leaked to an Australian newspaper. It said Chinese authorities denied that the virus could spread between people until January 20, “despite evidence of transmission of the virus from person to person since early December.” As early as January 14, the World Health Organization (WHO) stated that there was no clear evidence of human-to-human transmission of COVID-19.