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‘Once Upon a Virus’: China Wanted to Remind Trump of Coronavirus Warnings, Got Trolled Instead

Even as US President Donald Trump is ramping up his assault in opposition to China for ‘not containing the virus,’ and ‘hiding issues from the world,’ China has remained constant in its protection about the way it had warned the world concerning the illness in as early as January.

In a video posted on Twitter, the Chinese Embassy in France launched an animated comedian displaying how China had warned the United States concerning the new novel coronavirus, however the latter refused to take word at each step.

Called “Once upon a virus,” the video reveals China telling US that they ‘found a brand new virus’ in January however that the US took no word. Instead, it accuses China of human rights violations when it adviced folks to remain at house.

When China imposes its first lockdown in January, the US may be seen calling the act “barbaric” within the comedian video.

And when the US says ‘You lied to us,’ concerning numbers and knowledge, China says that ‘We made our knowledge public.’

The video ends on a sarcastic word with the US saying, “We are always correct. Even though we contradict ourselves.”

The video was additionally shared by China’s state-owned information company Xinhua News.

The animated video, nonetheless, obtained backlash, with folks calling China’s claims of warning ‘pretend’ and ‘deceptive.’

The new novel coronavirus which was traced to a moist market in Wuhan, China, the epicenter of what’s now a world pandemic, has over 3.26 MILLION circumstances worldwide, and over 233,000 deaths.

Out of this, the US alone has over 1.1 million circumstances and nearly 64,000 deaths.

But even with this present scenario, US President Donald Trump, who has minimize off funding for the World Health Organization after calling it the ‘PR company of China,’ has additionally lately claimed that ‘the virus originated in a Wuhan lab.’

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