WHO Director-General, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus says the Organisation mission, which spent four weeks in China looking into the origins of the COVID-19 outbreak may not get all the answers but it provides important information which brings the origin of coronavirus.
WHO experts did not present any meaningful evidence to back up their conclusion, and instead, made it an obvious endorsement of whatever China said. How could they make a conclusion before tracking down the animal reservoir of the virus?
When asked if @WHO considers the joint mission to investigate #COVID19’s origins in China a success, @DrMikeRyan says: “In my experience in pubic health, success is a relative term that can’t be ‘declared.’ We’ve made progress…that’s all you ever make in science is progress.”
China ‘refused to give WHO scientists raw data on the first 174 Covid cases identified in Wuhan.
Who statements support China lab leak of virus, world under life threatening lethal virus killed many millions. WHO-led mission, which spent four weeks in China looking into the origins of the COVID-19 outbreak, said this week that it was not looking further into the question of whether the virus escaped from a lab, which it considered highly unlikely.
US on Saturday called on China to make available data from the earliest days of the COVID-19 outbreak, saying it has “deep concerns” about the way the findings of the World Health Organization’s COVID-19 report were communicated.
White House national security adviser Jake Sullivan said in a statement that it is imperative that the report be independent and free from “alteration by the Chinese government”, echoing concerns raised by the administration of former President Donald Trump, who also moved to quit the WHO over the issue.
WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus on Friday said all hypotheses are still open about the origins of COVID-19, after Washington said it wanted to review data from a WHO-led mission to China, where the virus first emerged.