HomePoliticsCHINA ALLOWED THOUSANDS TO VISIT THE LAS VEGAS CES CONVENTION IN JAN 2020 Politics CHINA ALLOWED THOUSANDS TO VISIT THE LAS VEGAS CES CONVENTION IN JAN 2020 March 26, 2020 Rob Lauer Political Reporter China’s first confirmed Chinese Corona-virus case was on November 17, 2019. China knew about the virus’ risks and the concealed it from the rest of World for months. China even lied to the World Health Organization about the virus in December 2019 denying the severity of the outbreak in Wuhan China. In January 2020, thousands of Chinese Business people attended the CES Trade Show in Las Vegas. Over 22,000 Chinese came into the U.S. each day until President Trump shut down all flights from China saving possible thousands of lives. The Las Vegas, Nevada Law Firm Eglet Adams has filed a Class Action Complaint against the People’s Republic of China and other Chinese governmental agencies, on behalf of “small businesses” in the United States, including the State of Nevada, for monetary and related damages sustained as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic. The Plaintiffs allege that China engaged in a cover-up of the Coronavirus pandemic after first learning of its existence and contributed to the spread of the Coronavirus all over the world, thereby causing hundreds of billions of dollars in economic losses to small businesses throughout the United States, including the State of Nevada. The complaint was filed late Monday in the United States District Court, in the District of Nevada on behalf of Plaintiffs, Bella Vista LLC, A Nevada Limited Company Liability, Greenfield & Company Inc., A Nevada Corporation; Life Real Estate LLC., a Nevada Limited Liability Company; Mobile Medic CPR LLC, a Nevada Limited Company and DT Group, LLC, an Illinois Limited Liability Company. The complaint alleges that over 1 million US “small business” have been forced to close or have been forced to substantially reduce their operations. The economic losses suffered by such businesses is in the hundreds of billions of dollars. These numbers are expected to substantially rise as Governors, County Commissioners and City Mayors all over the US are continuing to order small businesses to close or reduce their operations.