How Did the Corona Virus Get Started? Authentic Research So Far Has Come To Light
Authoritative research led by the World Health Organization (WHO) on the Corona epidemic, which has affected more than 130 million people worldwide and swallowed up 2.9 million lives, has also been deemed incomplete.
The World Health Organization sent a team of health experts from different countries to China earlier this year to find out where and why the corona virus spread. Did the virus develop in the laboratory?
The investigation, completed in February by experts in various fields, has now been published in the form of a report.
The World Health Organization published the 120-page report on March 29, which provides detailed but concise answers to the possible spread of the corona virus.
However, 14 other countries, including the World Health Organization, have raised objections to the study, calling it incomplete and calling for further investigation.
According to the Associated Press (AP) , the report published by the World Health Organization did not fully clarify where the corona virus actually originated.
However, the report said there was a strong possibility that the corona virus started in bats and spread to humans after reaching other animals.
The report also states that there is a possibility that the corona virus may have spread to humans from a fish market in the Chinese city of Wuhan, but it is unlikely.
The report also points out that the Corona epidemic may have been transmitted from other foodstuffs or animals to humans.
The report said it was unlikely that the corona virus had been developed in a laboratory, but that this aspect could not be ruled out.
The report provides detailed answers to the ambiguity surrounding Corona, but does not specify how much material Chinese authorities provided to the investigation team.
Following the publication of the report, the head of the World Health Organization, Dr. Tedros Adhanom, also expressed concern over the report and stressed the need for a re-investigation.
A statement from the World Health Organization (WHO) said:
In this regard, the American broadcaster ‘CNN’ said that the head of the World Health Organization and 14 countries of the world, including the United States, expressed their concerns over the report.
A 14-nation joint statement from the State Department said the report did not specify how much data the Chinese government had given to the investigation team.
The governments of the United States, Australia, Denmark, Estonia, Israel, Japan, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway, the United Kingdom, Slovenia and South Korea also expressed concern over the report and called for a further investigation into the virus.
The joint report expressed concern that the Chinese government had not given the investigation team access to data on the virus in the laboratory.
Although the World Health Organization (WHO) expressed dissatisfaction with the report and called for more research, the WHO did not specify what the WHO has planned for further research.
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