China starts investigation after doctor who warned of virus dies

   By Power Corridors ,  07-Feb-2020
China starts investigation after doctor who warned of virus dies

The discipline inspection commission said that a team would go to Wuhan, the virus-hit city where doctor Li Wenliang died for conducting a comprehensive investigation into issues involving Dr. Li Wenliang reported by the masses.

China's anti-graft watchdog announced an investigation after the death of a whistleblowing doctor sparked anger over the government's handling of the coronavirus emergency.

The discipline inspection commission said that a team would go to Wuhan, the virus-hit city where doctor Li Wenliang died for conducting a comprehensive investigation into issues involving Dr. Li Wenliang reported by the masses.

At least 31,000 people have been infected by a virus in China and cases have been found in over 24 countries, triggering an international health crisis.

Li was among eight physicians punished by Wuhan police for discussing the emergence of a SARS-like virus on social media in December.