Is China hiding COVID-19 death toll? 21 million cell phones disappeared, why?

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  • 21 million cell phone accounts in China were cancelled after coronavirus
  • 840,000 landlines were closed in China
  • This sudden drop suggests a very high Coronavirus death toll

Since the outbreak of Novel Coronavirus which emerged in China’s Wuhan, the pandemic has killed 15,374 people globally and infected 351,731 individuals. Recently the death toll in Italy surpassed the initial epicentre of the outbreak in China, where officially 3,153 people have died due to the COVID-19.

But recently Beijing authorities announced on March 19 that more than 21 million cell phone accounts were cancelled while in past three months 840,000 landlines were closed in China, which gives an idea that probably these closed numbers belonged to the people who died due to the disease.

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Ur probably in coma for past 15days

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botlike wrote:

Ur probably in coma for past 15days

hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

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my grandfather passed away in January, but his number still working, does that mean he is still alive?
and every person in my family have their own number, but ever since lockdown, I have recharged only one number, to receive calls, since no one actually goes out, there’s no need. All the other number are out of service. so going by ur logic it should mean all my family members r dead…which is obviously not true
I dnt think a mobile number is fair indicator to know if someone is alive or dead.

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Such a responsible thing for a family to do, disconnecting the phone connection right after a loved one is dead.

Also china has highly family centric society and Covid-19 won’t kill all the family members. So what’s the logic behind landline disconnection.

You can’t trust numbers released by Chinese govt, but you have to think rationally too.

https://cdn0.desidime.com/attachments/photos/612437/medium/6602063sp5yBzC.jpg?1586599769

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Source of this information about disconnections

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sence wrote:

Such a responsible thing for a family to do, disconnecting the phone connection right after a loved one is dead.

Also china has highly family centric society and Covid-19 won’t kill all the family members. So what’s the logic behind landline disconnection.

You can’t trust numbers released by Chinese govt, but you have to think rationally too.

https://cdn0.desidime.com/attachments/photos/612437/medium/6602063sp5yBzC.jpg?1586599769

In china people have to recharge monthly to keep connection active and its not cheap. So i dont think people will recharge dead person number to keep it active. Same goes for landline connection too, don’t pay and they will disconnect it.
Note: What a lousy phototshop you did there. Even a kid will do better than this. Chinese are liars by birth, so i wont trust anything they say….. They are very good in backstabbing too.

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DaBomb wrote:

In china people have to recharge monthly to keep connection active and its not cheap. So i dont think people will recharge dead person number to keep it active. Same goes for landline connection too, don’t pay and they will disconnect it.
Note: What a lousy phototshop you did there. Even a kid will do better than this. Chinese are liars by birth, so i wont trust anything they say….. They are very good in backstabbing too.

I never been to China nor have I got any knowledge on their telecom industry.

My brain processing it as, if you said is right, Lockdown – No money to pay for the plan – disconnection? I don’t know.

About the picture, https://cdn0.desidime.com/attachments/photos/612553/medium/6602580xvQaTLj.gif?1586618682 for thinking that I made it.

If anybody needs some crash course on phototshop, you can pm me with offers. A sample of my amazing work https://cdn0.desidime.com/attachments/photos/612554/medium/66025808gexHqQ.jpg?1586618689

Note: Oh you are damn right, there are a lot of kids out there who can do much better than what I do mostly with my life. I even met some of them. There was a time before when I thought that I was the centre of the universe.

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