In December 2019, the COVID-19 epidemic began to appear in Wuhan, China, and gradually spread to all of China. At the end of February 2020, with the joint efforts of the Chinese government and the Chinese people, the COVID-19 was basically controlled.
But at this time, the epidemic abroad began to break out, and a large number of confirmed cases first appeared in Japan, South Korea, and Iran, and then spread to Europe including In Italy, Spain and other places, the United States has not been spared or even become the country with the largest number of diagnoses.
At this time, some groups could not take timely measures to control the continued spread of the epidemic but blamed the spread of the epidemic on China, and even called the COVID-19 virus “Chinese virus” and “Wuhan virus”. I think this is an extremely wrong approach and statement.
First of all, the virus knows no national boundaries, and this epidemic only began in China (but the virus does not belong to China, otherwise it will not enter other countries at will without the consent of the customs, isn’t it?);
Second, no matter which country has a similar virus, we should fight against it together, instead of blaming others while the virus is still raging.
Finally, at the very beginning of the outbreak, China took effective measures to prevent the spread of the virus. The main reason for the outbreak in other countries is that they did not pay enough attention to it and did not have adequate prevention and control measures.
What do you think of COVID-19? Do you have COVID-19 patients around? What precautions did you take against the epidemic?
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