It is well established by the free press that PRC authorities in mainland China denied that the coronavirus could be transferred from human to human until it was too late. The PRC government reportedly insisted human transmission was impossible, long after doctors in Wuhan had concluded human transmission was ongoing. The World Health Organization did not challenge such assertions, despite information to the contrary. Meanwhile, China's proxy representatives overtly made donations of relatively small sums of money to the US and donated supplies such as masks, actions with little real effect on the human and economic toll, meant mostly for public relations. While the US is forced to spend trillions to address an ongoing problem that originated in mainland China, instead of offering mere band aids, the PRC should promptly agree to write-off at least $2 Trillion of the debt held from purchasing US bonds, agreeing to forego any obligation of the US or others arising from such purchases.