Horror video shows 20-day line of hearses inside crematorium as outbreak of ‘thermonuclear’ Covid devastates China

A LONG line of hearses was seen outside a crematorium in China as the Covid death toll skyrocketed.

A chilling video shows vehicles queuing outside Beijing’s crematorium, which is reportedly overwhelmed with a 20-day backlog as the “thermonuclear” outbreak devastates China.

The long line of hearses in front of the Beijing crematorium

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The long line of hearses in front of the Beijing crematorium
The crematorium is said to be overwhelmed with a backlog of 20 days

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The crematorium is said to be overwhelmed with a backlog of 20 days
A body is unloaded at another Beijing crematorium

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A body is unloaded at another Beijing crematoriumPhoto credit: Sky News
Hearses have been seen all over the Chinese capital

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Hearses have been seen all over the Chinese capitalPhoto credit: Sky News
Smoke rises from the crematorium as the death toll mounts

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Smoke rises from the crematorium as the death toll mountsPhoto credit: Sky News

Official figures show just two new Covid deaths and 4666 new daily cases.

However, grim first-hand evidence is emerging that the virus is beginning to take its toll after the zero-Covid policy of tough lockdowns was abandoned by China’s leader Xi Jinping.

According to one estimate, Covid could spread rapidly until there are 800 million cases in 90 days, with some experts predicting 2.1 million deaths over that period.

Footage of the hearses was shared by epidemiologist Eric Feigl-Ding, who said the situation is now “thermonuclear bad”.

“Employees at Beijing’s largest funeral home, Babaoshan, confirmed that all of its incinerators were working but were still unable to meet demand, resulting in a 20-day backlog,” he tweeted.

dr Feigl-Ding is the head of the Covid Task Force at the New England Complex Systems Institute and one of the first scientists to warn about the spread of Covid when he was working at Harvard.

Meanwhile, another image shared by Sky News this morning showed another long line of hearses at Dongjiao Crematorium in Beijing.

A man told Sky a friend’s mother, 73, died of Covid despite not having any underlying conditions.

Across Beijing, smoke billowed from crematoria, many of which are now guarded by police.

Crematoria working all night in Wuhan were an early indication of the devastation wreaked by the 2020 pandemic.

Video has surfaced showing patients being rammed into a hospital sleeping on the floor and bodies dumped in corridors, in a chilling echo of when Covid first hit China

Despite the official figures, even reports in tightly controlled official media say that in one city alone, Guangzhou, 50,000 people are reporting symptoms.

In Beijing, authorities have increased the number of so-called “fever clinics” from 94 to 1,263 to cope with the surge in patients.

The R number, which indicates the transmissibility of the virus, currently stands at a massive 16, scientists at the China National Health Commission estimate.

This means that each infected person transmits the disease to about 16 others.

Cases in the US doubled about every three days last winter.

University of Hong Kong epidemiologist Ben Cowling warns this is now happening in “hours” in China.

“Even if you manage to slow it down a bit, it’s still going to double very, very quickly,” he said.

“And so hospitals will potentially be under pressure by the end of this month.”

The draconian zero-Covid policy saw the population being forced to undergo constant testing for the coronavirus, and millions were placed in lockdown even if only a small number of people tested positive.

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Horror images showed those infected being taken to quarantine camps and even welded into their homes by brutal “Big White” enforcers.

But a wave of protests following a fire in which the deaths of 10 people were blamed on the tough lockdown saw Xi drop “zero Covid” dramatically.

In a hospital, Covid patients sleep on the floor

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In a hospital, Covid patients sleep on the floor
The bodies of those who died from Covid are kept in corridors

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The bodies of those who died from Covid are kept in corridors
A body is removed from a hearse

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A body is removed from a hearse

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