WHO accuses China of holding back information on Covid origins
WHO Chief Again Urges China to be ‘Transparent’ in Sharing Covid-19 Data
The World Health Organization continues to call for China to be ‘transparent’ in sharing COVID-19 data in efforts to determine the disease’s origins. Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus reiterated this on Friday in Geneva.
WHO Calls On China To Be Transparent In Sharing COVID-19 Origin Data
The WHO has criticised China for withholding data related to samples taken at a market in Wuhan in 2020 that could have provided vital information about the Covid-19 pandemic's origins, calling on Beijing to be transparent and to share results of investigations it conducts. The Huanan market in central China's Wuhan city was the epicentre of the pandemic. From its origin there, the SARS-CoV-2 virus rapidly spread to other locations in Wuhan in l…
China ‘could've and should've’ shared data on Covid origin soon: WHO's takedown
Data supports the idea that the pandemic could have begun from the illegally traded raccoon dogs, which infected the humans at China's Wuhan Huanan Seafood Wholesale Market.