WHO Made a Big Mistake in Wuhan Investigation

W.H.O. Made a Big Mistake in Wuhan Investigation

(RepublicanNews.org) – The World Health Organization (WHO) stressed the need to discover the source of the COVID-19 virus when the pandemic began. It sent an international team of experts to Wuhan for nearly a month, starting on January 14, 2021. The group, which included individuals from communist China, reported their findings on March 30. But, as it turns out, it presented more questions than answers.

The report concluded that the coronavirus likely jumped from an animal host to human beings, shooting down claims it leaked from a Chinese laboratory. However, allegations surrounding China’s lack of transparency overshadow the integrity of the report’s findings about COVID-19 so far.

The report also failed to answer conclusively how and where the virus began. It calls for further studies, making it clear questions remain.

WHO Director-General, Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, issued a call for further study during a meeting of the organization’s member states. However, when or how that might occur remains unclear. We will update this story as developments become available.

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