On Thursday, the head of the agency described that the WHO (World Health Organization) is doing efforts to advance its extensively demanded investigation into the origins of the COVID-19 pandemic because of no assistance from Beijing, and the head called on other nations to support its ambition for increased transparency.
Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, the WHO Director-General, talking at a morning media briefing, described that Beijing is yet to show raw data about the start of the Coronavirus pandemic that is dangerous to the incoming phase of its probe.
First phase showed great progress – WHO Chief
He described that the starting phase of the investigation has presented great progress, while referring to a combined WHO-China research released a few weeks ago which described that the virus that originated Coronavirus has started transmitting in China in early October 2019, which an around two months before the very first patient was detected in the Chinese city of Wuhan.
The World Health Organization’s Director-General explained that the next step, which the organization has not yet released thorough proposals for, demands cooperation that Beijing has so far rejected.
The WHO head said that he is soon going to start negotiating phase two of the investigation with World Health Organization ally countries and prompted other nations to assist for further transparency from Beijing.
The WHO director described about the WIV (Wuhan Institute of Virology), where some analysts suspect this virus may have originated from, that checking what happened, particularly in their labs, is crucial, and they require information on what the condition of this lab was before and at the beginning of the pandemic.
In previous months, there has been a new drive to reach the root cause of the COVID-19. But no results have been concluded, dominant researchers extensively handled the most likely clarification is that this widespread virus arrived from an animal, most probably a bat.
In previous months, the theory that the virus was made in the lab in Wuhan has turned out to be the hot allegation that encouraged Joe Biden (President of America) to invoke intelligence agencies to double their struggles to investigate the Coronavirus’ origin.
Emerging doubt over the World Health Organization’s capability to progressively examine the Coronavirus’s origin. Earlier month, as underlined by an AP (Associated Press) study, ramping up numbers of analysts and scientists have interrogated whether the United Nations agency should deal with the probe.