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(Natural News) As the coronavirus continues to spread throughout China and beyond, many were reminded of what happened to the military doctor who blew the whistle on the extent of the SARS outbreak, which killed more than 800 people.

As The Epoch Times reports, after people in China discovered that government authorities were attempting to cover up the coronavirus outbreak then moved to silence eight doctors who told their friends about the new, spreading illness, they remembered what happened to Dr. Jiang Yanyong.

He actually risked his life to expose the SARS coverup back in 2003 — which is why fewer Chinese today, much less people living outside the country, trust what the Communist regime in Beijing is telling them about coronavirus.

The news site reported further: 

Jiang is an 88-year-old retired military surgeon who worked at Beijing’s No. 301 Hospital. After working to expose the true numbers of SARS cases in China he was acclaimed as a SARS hero or SARS whistleblower.

Shortly after Dr. Li Wenliang, one of the eight coronavirus whistleblowers, passed away on Feb. 7, “Jiang Yanyong” became the most searched name on the Internet in China.

The Information Center for Human Rights & Democracy (ICHRD) has reported that since Feb. 7, the day Li died, a number of plainclothes police officers moved in to guard the entrance to his residence in Beijing.

He was put under House arrest by authorities in March last year after he wrote a letter to President Xi Jinping demanding an accounting of the Chinese government’s crackdown on the Tiananmen Square pro-democracy movement in 1989.

After he tried to seek medical treatment for neurological deterioration last April, guards at his home wouldn’t allow him to leave. 

Jiang’s wife, Hua Zhongwei, told ICHRD on Feb. 7 that he’s currently recuperating at his home after being treated for pneumonia. He’s stable, for now, at least.

‘We haven’t seen him for a long time’

But since 2004, Hua said, her husband hasn’t been given any personal freedom whatsoever from the government, which has prevented him from traveling abroad to see relatives including a daughter who lives in California. And when he wanted to go to Hong Kong to tour the city, authorities wouldn’t allow him to leave the mainland.

report from The Guardian last year quoting a friend of Jiang’s said that he was denied treatment for various conditions until April 2019, making him very angry. Eventually, he was given medicine but, as The Epoch Times noted, it caused severe memory loss.

“We haven’t seen him for a long time and can’t contacted him,” another friend told The Guardian. “We heard his brain has been severely affected.”



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