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    Blaming others won’t help the US curb pandemic

    By Zhang Zhouxiang | chinadaily.com.cn | Updated: 2021-08-14 09:35
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    With over 180,000 new infections daily, the US is staring at another wave of the COVID-19 pandemic.

    The new daily surge apart, the US is already on top in both the total number of COVID-19 infections and the total number of COVID-19 deaths.

    And yet they have no shame in insisting on a second origin tracing study in China.

    US politicians even claimed that the country where the virus was first identified is its maker. So, what about AIDS? Wasn’t it first identified in the US?

    US intelligence agencies also claim to have “obtained” large quantities of data from the Wuhan lab. While the claim doesn’t at all hold, it might explain who was behind all the cyber attacks in China in April.

    Some media reports gave the US top COVID-19-resilience ranking. But, does that alter the fact that the virus has claimed over 628,000 lives in the US?

    The problem with the US in its habit of blaming China for everything, while being too lazy to deal with real issues.

    Their wrong policies have already left the US full of loopholes in the face of the pandemic;

    It is time US politicians did a course correction, to avoid worst results.

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