Sorry, but this is uncalled for.
It is totally called for.
The People's Republic of China maintains a repressive regime in which rational debate on matters concerning government actions is not possible. As was shown by the arrest and "shut down" of the Wuhan doctor who tried to "tell" the truth, Li Wenliang, the Chinese political system prevented proper action being taken to control Covid 19 before the genie was out of the bottle and spread around the World had commenced
It also appears that the virus was transferred from animal hosts (bats?) to humans by cultural factors such as habits regarding the use and keeping of wild animals. Thus there was transmission via Pangolins kept in animal markets in Wuhan. This is a cultural practice which should have been wiped out. The potential dangers of wild animal to human virus transmission are well known. SARS is thought to have emerged from an animal reservoir (as of course have the deadly recent W African viruses). China should have done more to alter this "cultural practice"
When I first visited China in 1978 I remember every hotel having a row of spittoons in its corridor because of the almost universal cultural habit of spitting. Deng Xiao Peng was famous for being able to "hit" a spittoon from 5 metres! Most people would agree that public spitting is an unhealthy practice and should be stamped out. That has largely happened now in China. However, despite being able to control almost every aspect of life among e.g the Uighurs, the Chinese Government has failed to prevent such uses of wild animals (and similarly the use of the parts of other endangered species.) and we are all now suffering because of that.
These aspects need to be accepted and acted upon by the PRC once all this is over.