The first deaths from corona in China and the United States occurred on the same day, it was revealed
Arkansas: The US media has revealed that the first death from the novel corona virus (SARS CoV2) in the United States occurred on January 9, 2020, while the first case of death from the novel corona virus was reported in China on the same day.
The Mercury News, a news site, quoted the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in the United States as saying that the first deaths in the United States were caused by the corona virus in the agency’s database last week. The date was February 6, 2020.
However, with the inclusion of a new case record in the latest update, this date has been pushed back to January 9, 2020. And this is exactly the day when the first death from the novel corona virus was reported in China.
Another American website, LiveScience, also confirmed the news from various sources. The 78-year-old woman was named Lowell Brown and she was a resident of Leon Worth, Kansas, USA.
According to LiveScience, the woman had all the symptoms that were later attributed to the novel corona virus, including shortness of breath and loss of taste in her mouth before Christmas in December 2019.
Surprisingly, in the last few months of her life, Lowell Brown did not leave America, let alone her hometown. However, due to various chronic diseases, she used to visit her doctor from time to time.
It is also a mystery why the cause of death of this woman has been changed after a year and a half.
It should be noted that there is a heated dispute between the United States and China over the origin of the recent “Code 19” global epidemic.
US President Joe Biden has tasked his intelligence agencies with investigating the origin of the corona virus in China and the presumption that the virus was being developed in a laboratory.
In response, China has called on the United States to take action on the outbreak of the Corona epidemic, as the virus may have reached the Chinese city of Wuhan with American tourists.