WHO TO CONDUCT RESEARCH IN WUHAN, CHINA

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December 17, 2020 :

The World Health Organization (WHO) is investigating the outbreak of the corona epidemic in Wuhan, China.

The WHO is sending a team of international scientists to Wuhan, the epicenter of the Corona epidemic, which began last year in Wuhan, China, according to international news agencies. But China has not yet allowed the WHO to independently investigate the Corona epidemic. According to a long-standing effort by the WHO, China has allowed the investigation into Wuhan.

Earlier, it was reported that the corona virus was transmitted from raw animal meat. The city of Wuhan is said to be a hotbed of animal trade and consumption. But that remains to be confirmed until the WHO conducts an investigation.

Last year, the United States accused China of withholding the corona vaccine and failing to provide information about it. President Donald Trump has said he will help control the epidemic, but China has flatly refused.

President Trump has cut off financial aid to the WHO, saying he only listens to China. The WHO said a team of researchers would visit Wuhan to investigate possible epidemic control measures in the coming days.

Li Wenling, a Chinese doctor at Wuhan Central Hospital, was detained by the Chinese government in December after he said he had begun investigating a possible outbreak of the new disease. Agency

 

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