Sunday, May 16, 2021
Sunday, May 16, 2021

🦠 Chinese government in hazmat suits CAUGHT ON FILM spraying down entire country to ‘disinfect’ region of the deadly coronavirus

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Members of the Chinese Government — dressed in hazmat suits — were captured on film spraying down the entire country, earth shattering footage obtained by Your Content reveals.

According to a Chinese government-owned newspaper, The People’s Daily, the video depicts the Chinese-men simply ‘disinfecting’ the city of Wuhan — featuring fire trucks and platoons of men in hazmat gear roaming the streets and spraying chemicals in the air.

The flashing emergency lights and clouds of mist create an interesting scene on what appear to be otherwise deserted streets.

In another clip, men in hazmat suits run while rolling a wheeled liquid cannon down a street, covering storefronts in a white mist.


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Another man-portable variant of the “disinfectant” cannon is seen carried by several members of the hazmat crew. This version has a set of twin gas canisters that are mounted to the back of the user.

The footage seems to suggest that the Chinese government is launching a concerted, high-budget operation to spread some chemical substance — whether helpful or harmful — to allegedly ‘combat’ the Wuhan coronavirus, contrasting with early reports that characterized the virus as a minor infection.



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