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Another leak in Communist China?


Hong Kong, China

While most now believe that the COVID virus leaked out of the Wuhan Institute of Virology in Wuhan, China, there are reports of another leak in the Communist regime, this time of radioactive nature.

The Daily Mail reports that radioactive gas is leaking out Taishan Nuclear Power Plant in the province of Guangdong, located along the coast just south of Macau and Hong Kong.

Those monitoring the site stated that it is not a yet a crisis, but has the potential to turn into a major disaster if not soon corrected. The plant has been leaking the gas that is a byproduct of Nuclear fusion since late May.

Similar to what it did with the COVID virus, the Communist Regime is telling the world there is nothing to worry about.

According to reports, the plant has doubled the safe limits of radiation allowed around the plan in order to keep it operating, rather than shutting the plant down to fix the problem.

READ: ‘Leaking’ Chinese nuclear power plant ‘could spark disaster’: American intelligence warns reactor has been pumping out radioactive gas for two weeks… but Beijing insists everything is normal

RELATED: Video reportedly shows live bats at Wuhan lab, contradicting WHO investigation

RELATED: China accuses G7 of ‘slander’ after world leaders vow to investigate origins of Covid-19 and take a harder line on Beijing’s human rights abuses

There have been other leaks in China as well, including a virus that leaked out of a plant manufacturing vaccines. READ: 6,000+ People Infected from Chinese Vaccine Factory Leak

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