China says it has uncovered no information that could point to a cause. Numerous incidents had been accompanied by weird, unexplained sounds that originally led USA investigators to suspect a sonic assault.
The case revived fears that a USA rival has developed some kind of acoustic or microwave device after similar symptoms were reported among American diplomats and their families in Cuba in 2016. The retelling of his and his wife's experience to the Times heavily resembles what the diplomats in Cuba reportedly suffered: headaches, odd physical symptoms, and occasional "unusual noises".
Lenzi informed the Occasions he resided in the identical condo tower because the officer evacuated in April and suffered in current months from what he known as "neurological signs".
The New York Times reported yesterday that at least two more American diplomats in Guangzhou have experienced similar phenomena and fallen ill.
President Trump, Tillerson, and State Department officials have said they believe the Cuban government knows what occurred and who is responsible.
Spokeswoman Heather Nauert said Wednesday that medical screenings were ongoing for "any personnel who have noted concerning symptoms or wanted baseline screening". That's where doctors have been treating and studying patients evacuated from the U.S. Embassy in Havana.
Now the American embassy in China has sent its second alert in two weeks to citizens warning of unexplained health issues that have prompted a number of USA government employees working at a consulate in a southern city to be moved back to the US.
Dorsey reports that early Friday morning, the U.S. Embassy in Beijing issued its second health alert, urging Americans with "unexplained physical symptoms" to get medical help, as concerns grew that the mysterious case could be worse than first reported.
The preliminary findings of the medical experiences on the 24 personnel affected in Cuba confirmed they'd sensory and reminiscence issues just like the mind dysfunction seen with concussions.
He said he heard what sounded like "marbles rolling around a metal funnel" in his apartment complex, where other US state employees also called home, according to the newspaper.
In April, Canada also ordered families of diplomatic staff in Cuba to return home after mysterious health symptoms were detected in 10 Canadians stationed there.
In testimony before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee last month about the first case in China, U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said China had "said all the right things and have demonstrated their willingness to help us identify the vector which led to this medical incident". Former State Department officials and diplomatic experts have pointed to similar incidents causing permanent cognitive issues occurring against USA diplomats in Russian Federation during the Cold War. It is also the only USA diplomatic installation in China authorized to process immigrant visas and handle adoptions.
"We recommend that the USA should not come to a conclusion too quickly that their consulate employees are attacked by external actors, but should conduct an investigation to look for an internal cause", the editorial said.
"We are working to figure out what took place, both in Havana and now in China as well", he said.
The department said yesterday that "a number of individuals" were sent to the U.S. for further evaluation following initial screenings.
Sen. Jeff Flake said Thursday that the State Department was "trying to work through it" and it was "obviously" concerned "about the health and safety of its diplomats".