Nine months ago, only fear and death roamed the streets of Wuhan. At full speed, they did it aboard ambulances and funeral vans that crossed the majestic bridges over the Yangtze River in the mist. Hidden behind ghostly special protective suits, they ruled this megalopolis of central China which, overnight, had been deserted. With the same fury with which they emptied the avenues under their vertigo skyscrapers, the hospitals were overflowing with patients with a mysterious and lethal pneumonia that spread like the plague. Nine months ago, in Wuhan only death and the fear that it had brought of not knowing … See More.
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