If China is forging statistics, they must have a time machine – Stanford Prof. on COVID-19

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  • Speaking to Russia Today, Nobel Prize Winner Michael Levitt of Stanford University, said “if China is forging statistics, they must have a time machine” of claims they have been doctoring their Covid-19 data.

    ‘What happened in #China outside of Hubei is exactly the same dynamics of the curve as what happened in New Zealand. If China is forging statistics, they must have a time machine’ – Nobel Prize Winner Michael Levitt on #COVID19

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