Around 900 million Chinese people have been infected with COVID-19. A study estimated cases to peak at 3.7 million a day, with 25,000 daily deaths.
No U.S. oil reserves for China. The House is blocking oil reserve exports from being sent to companies tied to China.
A TikTok ban is gaining momentum across the United States. Half of all states are outlawing the Chinese-owned app on government devices. The list is still expected to grow.
The FBI reportedly raided a Chinese police station in New York—the latest pushback against Beijing’s overseas policing efforts.
The United States and Japan are pledging commitment to each other in the face of growing threats from China.
Topics in this episode:
- 900M, 64% in China Were Infected with COVID-19: Study
- 20+ Makeshift Morgues Built in a Funeral Home
- U.S. Bans Reserve Oil Exports to China
- 25 U.S. States Ban TikTok on State-Issued Devices
- France Fines TikTok $5.4M: Online Tracking Issues
- FBI Reportedly Searched Chinese Police Station in NY
- FBI Ads Warn of China’s Repression in U.S.
- Biden, Japanese Prime Minister Renew Alliance
- Yellen to Visit Senegal, Zambia, South Africa to Lead New U.S.-Africa Policy
- China Acquires ‘Golden Shares’ in Alibaba Units
- Chinese EV Maker BYD to Build Vietnam Plant: Sources
- Australia, Papua New Guinea Working on Security Pact
- U.S, China Moon Race About Strategic Position: Fisher