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Covid-19 In China- What is ice burial technology? Due to this China is performing the last rites of people who died of Covid, knowing the whole matter 

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), the number of Covid infected in China has increased by 70 percent to 63,307 compared to last week. According to a weekly report published by the WHO on Thursday, more deaths were recorded in hospitals in China on January 15, the highest since the pandemic began. 

This test of the funeral is being done in the city of Wuhan. (Photo: Reuters)

Highlights
  • China is using ice burial technology for the last rites of Covid dead bodies
  • Iceburial technology is being tested in Wuhan city of China
  • WHO said that corona infection has increased by 70% in China compared to last week.

Beijing:  Due to COVID-19, life in China has become completely chaotic. After relaxing the Zero Covid Policy, Corona has wreaked havoc in the country. Amidst the increasing number of deaths in China, the country has now introduced Iceburial Technology so that the crowd in mortuaries can be reduced. This method is being tested in Wuhan city of China. This information has been given by Jennifer Zeng, reporting the situation arising out of Corona in China.

According to the news agency ANI report, Jennifer Zeng told, “This type of cremation test is being done in the city of Wuhan, in which the dead bodies are immediately frozen in liquid nitrogen at minus 196 degrees, and then it is powdered. is changed.” But a Twitter user told that the article on these measures was published only in March 2022, then Jennifer said that this video must have been posted in September 2022, that is, when Corona was in the first phase, this technique is being used since then.

Significantly, this is not the first time that the ice burial technique has been used to perform the last rites of a dead body. Even in 2016, a Swedish and an Irish company developed such new forms for burial. Liquid nitrogen is required in this process to eliminate the dead body.

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), the number of Covid infected in China has increased by 70 percent to 63,307 compared to last week. According to a weekly report published by the WHO on Thursday, more deaths were recorded in hospitals in China on January 15, the highest since the pandemic began. Let us tell you that at the beginning of December, Corona created panic in China since Beijing abruptly ended Covid testing, a travel ban, and a large-scale lockdown after widespread protests.





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