Should the Chinese government have banned anyone entering and exiting China as soon as they heard of the disease outbreak?
- Anonymous2 months agoFavorite Answer
In hindsight, yeah. But the Chinese government has a history of not dealing with things in the correct way.
- PrinceLv 52 months ago
They would have had to admit that they genetically engineered the virus in an effort to murder the one million Uighir minority locked up in their gulags. Now that 11 million Han have come down with it, China's caught with its pants down. So to speak.
- catrin lLv 72 months ago
No, too OTT.
It’s less dangerous that whatever ordinary flu hits is. Get a grip.
- LizLv 52 months ago
Well, it's a moot point now.
The disciples of Jesus Christ asked him for a sign of “the conclusion of the system of things.” (Matthew 24:3) Jesus answered by saying: “Nation will rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom; and there will be great earthquakes, and in one place after another pestilences.” (Luke 21:7, 10, 11) The Bible also foretells that during the time of the end, there will be “deadly plague.”—Revelation 6:8.God promises he will soon put an end to such problems (Revelation 21:4)Source(s): jw.org
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- Anonymous2 months ago
no too extreme.
count yourself lucky they have been as open as they have,30 years ago they would have been much quieter.
i have always wondered if some countries have a policy of deliberately exporting new infections.
it would make sense if they did as both economy's would suffer and the other country would be working on a vaccine too.