The United States, the United Kingdom and twelve other countries revealed this Tuesday World Health Organization (WHO) report on the origin of COVID-19 “worries” Further “transparency” is needed in the next stages of the study. “We unite to express our shared concerns about the recent WHO China study, while reiterating the importance of working together to create and use a quick, effective, transparent, science-based and independent process, which should be used in international assessments as a kind of explosive in the future,” the governments of 14 countries said.
The joint statement was distributed by the State Department in Washington, D.C. Kingdom. United. Group of countries Avoided directly targeting ChinaBut seventeen WHO scientists on a 28-day visit to Wuhan (China) said it was “essential” to express their “shared concerns” about access to what was considered the site of the first eruption.
In particular, fourteen countries claimed that the international work of scientists was “significantly delayed” and that there was no access to “original and complete” virus data and models, only reports that had been previously provided to WHO scientists by Chinese experts. The original data could not be reviewed by the WHO team Based on these reports, according to American media outlets such as the Wall Street Journal, this would have allowed them to reach their own conclusions about the origin and spread of the virus. “Scientific work like this – confirmed by fourteen governments – can do their work independently and under conditions that make objective recommendations and discoveries.”
Therefore, they asked that the following stages of the study of the origin of the virus be developed Adherence to “transparency”, “speed” and “resource-based process”. The WHO report does not provide a final answer on the origin of the virus, whose results are summarized in four hypotheses, most of which are classified from first to least. The most plausible hypothesis is that the new corona virus reached humans through one or more animals that act as intermediate species.
On the other hand, this Tuesday the leaders of 23 countries and the World Health Organization expressed support for the idea of creating an agreement that would allow the rapid sharing of information on health emergencies in an effort to avoid a situation similar to the current epidemic. When asked about the fact that the United States is not part of that group of countries, White House spokeswoman Jen Zhaki said Washington was skeptical about making a deal at this time because it could “divert attention” from other important issues. Disease.
Contains COVID-19 More than 2.7 million people were killed According to Johns Hopkins University in the United States, there are more than 127 million infections worldwide.