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The official who led the global fight against SARS called China’s quarantine of 50 million people an unprecedented ‘grand experiment’ that could turn harmful

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  • China’s decision to quarantine some 50 million people to stop the spread of a deadly coronavirus is an unprecedented “grand experiment” that could become potentially harmful, said the official who led the global fight against SARS in 2003.
  • China has imposed the largest quarantine in human history by cutting off links to multiple cities, leaving people left behind worried and confused.
  • Professor David Heymann, a former World Health Organization executive, told reporters on Tuesday that China’s large-scale quarantine could inadvertently infect healthy people.
  • It could end up aiding the spread of the virus to healthy people, he said.
  • The WHO had already read more >>>

    Source : BusinessInsider.Com





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