Twitter | Search | |
Global Times
Bodies of victims should be cremated close by and immediately. Burials or transfer of the bodies not allowed. Funerals not allowed to avoid spread of the virus: National Health Commission (File Photo)
Reply Retweet Like More
Alyssa Feb 1
This way they can keep the “official numbers” of deceased down!
Reply Retweet Like
Barry Greig Feb 1
Replying to @globaltimesnews
I've definitely never asked this before - do all hospitals have a cremation furnace?
Reply Retweet Like
Alyssa Feb 1
I’ve seen several videos of ambulances taking multiple body bags from homes and hospitals straight to a crematorium.
Reply Retweet Like
Wuhan Wayne Feb 1
Replying to @globaltimesnews
Wow, so the cremation stories are true. Crazy.
Reply Retweet Like
Richard Feb 1
Such bull. Just put the body in a (biodegradable) plastic bag and let the family have a funeral if the want to. This type of virus can't survive in a dead body so it'll be gone when the body decomposes.
Reply Retweet Like
Alyssa Feb 1
Exactly! It’s not like the bodies are radioactive! It is purely so they can keep the official numbers down.
Reply Retweet Like
*Starwise* Feb 1
Replying to @globaltimesnews
Hopefully their families will be notified. This is horrible.
Reply Retweet Like
Love Feb 1
Maybe after 2-3.months..
Reply Retweet Like