China deploys 40 incinerators to Wuhan amid fears of coronavirus death toll ‘cover up’
The mobile incinerators can reportedly destroy up to five tons of waste every single day – and can burn its load in as little as two seconds. Reportedly the cabin is the size of a 20-foot standard container and has a volume of about 30 cubic meters. It reportedly has the ability to crush solid waste, then incinerate it, and then purify the smoke. Reportedly the incinerators have been sanctioned for the use by the Chinese military after a test in Golmud, Qinghai in January.
Large trucks were reportedly spotted transporting the cabins into the disease ravaged city of Wuhan. Professor Ming Ju reportedly said he believes the cabins are “mobile incinerators” for bodies. And meanwhile, Professor Qu Zan said the virus could not survive the 850-degree heat created by the furnace. Wuhan locals reportedly have questioned the need for such cabins as there is not a widespread infection of animals with the virus.