The long-awaited report on the origin of Kovid-19 by the World Health Organization (WHO) mission is misunderstood, it is also expected, in the United States, the United Kingdom, and a dozen other affiliated countries. In a joint statement, this group of governments expressed their “concern” about the rigor of the study, published on Tuesday, arguing that experts do not have access to the original data and evidence from China, and that the investigation is an important one. Was delayed with. It took the Xi Jinping regime a year to authorize the presence of the mission of this international organization.
The group sent by WHO, consisting of a team of 17 international scientists, along with several other Chinese experts, examined data and locations related to the first cases of the pandemic found in Wuhan city in December 2019. It took place between January 10 and February 14, has not satisfied the organization itself. Its director, Tedros Adnom Ghebius, criticized “the difficulties [los científicos] They had to use raw data ”. “I hope that future collaborative studies will involve more extensive and streamlined data sharing,” he claimed.
This is the same sentiment reflected in a joint statement by the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Israel, Japan, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Slovenia, Norway and South Korea on Tuesday. “We recently come together to express our shared concern about the WHO China study, while using a rapid, effective, transparent, science-based and independent process used in international assessment of outbreaks of this type Reiterate the importance of working together to develop. Future ”, indicates the text.
The White House spokesman, Jane Saki, was more direct at a press conference this Tuesday and criticized that the report “presents a partial and incomplete picture.” These inquiries were questioned by Washington, among other reasons, because it did not participate in their planning or implementation. The pandemic caused friction between the WHO and the Donald Trump administration to such an extent that Republicans decided to cut contributions from the US but the new Democratic government, which has returned, has also criticized Beijing for not offering ” There has been a “need for transparency”.
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