It’s still not known how many people died from the CCP virus in Wuhan, the Chinese regime is now silencing residents who’ve lost loved ones.
According to a New York Times report, seven Wuhan residents reached out to New-York-based activist Yang Zhanqing—asking for help to sue the regime. One woman said her mother died from the virus after being turned away from several hospitals. Another said her father-in-law died in quarantine. But after several weeks of planning, they suddenly went silent in late April. Yang said two of them had been threatened by police.