- It seems that China may not be through with its fight against coronavirus anytime soon
- In fact, the virus, according to the latest report, has hit two Chinese cities, Jilin and Shulan
- This has forced the government to imposed another lockdown on the cities
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Just when the Chinese government thought it has seen and dealt with the worst when it comes to coronavirus, a mysterious wave of the disease recently attacked two cities.
According to a report by Express UK on Wednesday, May 20, a second wave of the deadly pandemic has hit two cities in the Asian nation (Jilin and Shulan).
Added to this, both cities have been placed on another lockdown as not less than 40, 000 residents were subjected to the COVID-19 test after health officials alerted the government about the disturbing development.
Meanwhile, it was earlier reported that President Donald Trump claimed he had seen evidence that gave him a "high degree of confidence" the novel coronavirus originated in a laboratory in Wuhan, China.
The US president who made the allegation on Thursday, April 30, however, declined to provide details to substantiate his claim.
Trump's claim contradicted a statement from the Office of the Director of National Intelligence.
In another interesting report, a hideout of Ghana's first president, Dr Kwame Nkrumah, which is located at Karimenga in the North East Region of Ghana has been left defunct and dilapidated.
In a news report sighted by YEN.com.gh on Mynewsgh.com, although it was abandoned for so many years, the building appears to be strong as it was built with hard blocks and galvanized iron of good quality.
This alone suggests that the site could have been a highly valid tourist site which could generate an unimaginable amount of revenue from both local and international people on trips.
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