Beijing Has Become A Human Purgatory, Cabs And Online Drivers Must Transport Remains

On December 25th, Miles Guo revealed the current death toll of the infectious disease in Beijing.

Cabs from Beijing’s three state-run cab companies are allegedly required to transport remains. Drivers who refuse to do so will be fired, and no less than two remains at a time. Miles said he had received such a message a few days ago, and it’s not just cabs, but all vehicles operating on the street, such as online drivers for Youbu, must transport remains.

The population of Beijing is about 21.54 million, 200,000 of which are active online drivers. Plus 60,000 to 70,000 cabs, even if 10% were used by the CCP to transport remains, the current death toll in Beijing is already staggering. According to several media reports, the crematoriums in Beijing have been working 24/7 recently, but the cremation waiting list is already scheduled to one month away at the earliest. These revelations from Beijing are only the tip of the iceberg of the current outbreak in Communist China. Other cities are also suffering from out-of-control epidemics, resulting in overcrowded hospitals and overflowing funeral homes and crematoriums. In remote areas of the country, such as Gansu, Guangxi, Ningxia, Northeast China, Anhui and Fujian, people who have died from the CCP virus are buried in mass graves and then burned together.

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