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According to one expert, China's COVID management is a "crisis on a scale unseen since Mao" in terms of mortality toll.
In an opinion post published on January 5, sinologist and military consultant Ben Lowsen warned that China may be facing the country's greatest mass-death event since the Great Chinese Famine of 1959-1961.
Chinese officials announced on January 14 that there were 59,938 COVID-related deaths between December 9, 2022, and January 12, 2023.
Nonetheless, health professionals like as virologist Dr. Xiaoxu Sean Lin and Stanford Senior Fellow Dr. Scott Atlas are concerned that the figures may be underreported.
While this increase appears to be more acceptable than the 37 deaths previously reported during that time period, Lin stated that a death toll of around 60,000 does not explain stories of overflowing morgues.
China's latest declaration regarding projected demographic reduction for 2022 has further fueled concern that the country is faring fair worse than it has been letting on.
According to the country's National Bureau of Statistics, China's 2022 population reduction of approximately 850,000 people to a total of 1.41 billion is the first drop officially acknowledged by China since 1961—the final year of the country's great famine.
The official admission of China's dwindling population in 2022 is a "very crucial historical turning moment," according to Fuxian Yi, a researcher at the University of Wisconsin at Madison and a longtime critic of China's single-child policy, on Twitter.
Tongjiang County in Sichuan Province provides additional evidence of greater mortality rates. According to official county reports, there were over 670,000 residents at the end of 2019, but by the end of November 2020, this number had dropped to just over 520,000.
Within 11 months, the resident population declined by more than 148,000, accounting for more than 20% of the total.
Migration is unlikely to be the reason of the population drop, given that Tongjiang County produces a significant work force for Sichuan Province and has several employment options.
Tongjiang County's official portal reporting these numbers has been inaccessible since their discovery.
Tongjiang's bordering counties, Nanjiang and Pingchang, have also recorded a dramatic population fall in 2020.
Unreasonable Death Rate
Both health experts and political analysts have questioned China's reported mortality tolls.
With an estimated 900 million people infected in China, the infection mortality rate for COVID-19 is less than 0.0067 percent. However, the fatality rate in such a circumstance would be substantially lower than that of any first-world country that leads in health care resources and technology.
According to China, the most common COVID form is Omicron, which is associated with a reduced case fatality rate of 0.3-0.4 percent in the United States. However, experts are unsure whether the reduced severity of Omicron is due to people's immunity to the virus or because the variation produces less pathology.
During the Omicron wave, Hong Kong, which has a better health-care distribution than mainland China, reported an overall death toll (pdf) of roughly 0.1 percent.
Tang Jingyuan, a political analyst and former physician in China, expressed surprise at the infection fatality rate determined. Atlas, a COVID-19 adviser during Trump's presidency, expressed similar concern.
"We cannot believe the data coming out of China. "They didn't make sense at first," Atlas said of China's COVID statistics in a recent interview with NTD, The Epoch Times' sister publication.
While Chinese authorities may have revised the death toll, Atlas believes the exact situation is still unknown.
"It's impossible to figure out what's going on when there's no openness," Atlas added.
Lin, a virologist and former lab head at the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research's viral branch, raised doubts that Omicron was to blame for the outbreak.
He cited the quick outbreaks reported in China's major cities and surrounding rural areas, adding that the rapidity of the infections may indicate that the viral load in China is many orders of magnitude higher than outbreaks found elsewhere. Lin described the recent epidemic in the country to a tsunami or sandstorm.
"When the body is assaulted by [a] significant volume of [the] virus, the [progression] to severe symptoms can be extremely different," he said. If the viral load is low, serious symptoms may appear after a few days; nevertheless, "if you're highly overwhelmed, the whole process may accelerate."
Morgues that are overburdened
Reports of bodies flooding crematoriums suggest that the situation in China may be far worse than we've been led to believe.
Tang told NTD, The Epoch Times' sister publication, that with fewer than 60,000 fatalities in a month, the number of funeral facilities in Beijing will be sufficient to handle the dead.
There are 94 furnaces in Beijing, and if all of them ran 24 hours a day, it would take fewer than 27 days to cremate all of these bodies.
That, however, has not been the case. Hebei, a region neighboring Beijing, has also seen some funeral establishments raise their operation hours to 24 hours, implying that the true body count is significantly higher.
In December 2022, a worker at Shanghai's Baoxing funeral home informed The Epoch Times that they were burning 400 to 500 bodies every day, up from the maximum of 90 before the pandemic restrictions were loosened.
Due to great demand, Babaoshan Funeral Home, Beijing's largest cremation, had to raise its hours of operation to 24 hours within a week of reopening.
On December 14, 2022, a funeral home employee identified as Lin told The Epoch Times that there was a week's backlog in cremations.
"We're really busy every day, and we've never been so busy," added the employee. "There are more people being burned every day than before, and the appointment calls are too many for us to handle. Many individuals are waiting in line [for our service]. We don't have any downtime here."
According to 2017 reports, the facility houses 19 cremation furnaces and appears to be Beijing's lone venue for speciality cremation, including broader, longer, and taller furnaces for tall or obese corpses.
Babaoshan's business volume increased about sevenfold from December 8, 2022 to January 12, 2023.
Lin calculated that if all of China's known cremation furnaces were now functioning 24/7, it would result in approximately 6 million fatalities between December 8, 2022, and January 12, 2023.
However, that proportion is estimated to be only approximately half of all fatalities, as cremation accounted for less than 60% of Chinese funeral procedures in 2021. According to Lin, the death toll could have reached 10 million by now.
NTD has discovered at least 37 crematoriums that have posted bidding paperwork for furnace development on government websites since early January.
What happened at Shantou Funeral Management Station Funeral Home in Guangdong Province is perhaps the most telling illustration of cremation demands. According on what NTD discovered, the facility needed to purchase two furnaces immediately. Construction was to commence within three business days of payment, and the furnaces were to be installed within ten days.
Over sixty years of age will be found in 90 percent of the deceased.
The objective of COVID-19 was to sterilise individuals who were under the age of 50 and exterminate those who were over the age of 60 (this was code for "go green and kill").