Source: Epoch Times, February 4th, 2020

Translator: TCC

This interview was published by the Epoch Times on February 4th, 2020. This is one of the many crematoriums in Wuhan City, the epicenter of the new coronavirus (2019-nCoV). The interviewer pretended to be one of the officials from the government’s inspection team to inspect how the grassroot CCP (Chinese Communist Party) member doing in terms of workload. There were 2 sessions. After the first session (the long phone conversation), the interviewee became less afraid of telling the truth.

The interviewee, who was in charge of the Hankou crematory complained of a heavy workload, from previously 6 hours per day (6 am to 12 pm due to local custom, not to bury the dead after 12 pm) and now 24 hours per day, nonstop criminating dead bodies. Due to the workload, workers were no longer able to keep it up with only a couple of hours of sleep. They are at the point of collapse.

In this clip, in one day, his crematories received 127 bodies. With a 24-hour nonstop, they can only complete 116 bodies (91%). Only 8 out of 127 bodies are officially identified as coronavirus carrier and with death certificates. According to what the worker had exposed, the functioning 11 furnaces would burn nonstop for 11-12 hours for 116 bodies on that day. He also mentioned that there was another crematorium where bears a much heavier workload and catchment area than his.

The interviewee also exposed that 61% of death was not from the hospitals for the past few days. This is striking because those dead bodies have no hospital diagnosis or confirmed reasons for death.

This is just the tip of the iceberg – one of the many crematoriums in Wuhan City. As Mile Guo’s interview in War Room: Pandemic, the smoke from the burning dead body has caused smug in the city.


Editing by【Himalaya Hawk Squad】

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