China refused to hand over key data to WHO team probing pandemic’s origin
The WHO and investigators offer conflicting accounts of the closely watched probe.
by Beth Mole - Feb 14, 2021 12:41am AST
Liang Wannian (2nd L) and Peter Ben Embarek (3rd R) both members of the WHO-China joint study team, shake hands after the WHO-China joint study press conference in Wuhan, central China’s Hubei Province, Feb. 9, 2021.
Getty | Xinhua News Agency
The Chinese government failed to share key data on early COVID-19 cases with a team of international scientists investigating how the pandemic began.
The researchers had requested raw data on 174 of the very first COVID-19 cases identified in Wuhan, China during December 2019, as well as other cases. But the team—assembled by the World Health Organization—was only given a summary of those early cases, according to multiple media reports.
Hii ndio shida ya kuwa na low IQ. You easily believe fake news and propaganda.
The American and European scientists that were in the mission said China was very helpful.
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Unajua kitu moja huelewi hata kama wewe ni mjuaji halisi, these age group in your comment went to college in the 60s and 70s and they used to cheer Fidel Castro and communism as they smoked marijuana. And they hated Christianity , Nixon and the Vietnam war.
They are your father’s agemates. Today they may look very western in dress and mannerisms but deep in their hearts they support China and socialism. Cc @Purple
Akina Raila na Hillary Rodham. Sijui kama umeelewa?
Not just that. American companies are also forced to lie and tinker their sales numbers to inflate the importance of the Chinese consumer market. So Apple ikisema imeuza 10 million phones or Tesla wakisema they have sold 50,000 cars, the actual truth is that they have sold a 10th of that.
In the mean time, wacha tuendelee kutengeneza Pesa na NIO
There was a day I heard @Sambamba bragging ati the empty Chinese cities and houses are now full capacity… nilicheka juu the houses he speaks of are utter rubbish na sio ati hajui. Floor slabs had holes just 4 years after construction. Cracks all over the walls. Plumbing and wiring doesn’t work… @Sambamba who is this person who is crazy enough to fork out $250,000 to live in such a derelict mansion???
I know you have seen those houses and malls. In some malls the escalators and lifts have never worked. And then you want to tell us that a mzungu has come in and purchased that mall and set up a supermarket therein, come on @Sambamba hata kama ni propaganda be a little realistic.
If the construction was top notch there would be no debate about the matter. In some instances the Chinese prefer the old socialist housing because it is in fact better and more solid than the new death traps.
:D:D I hope they never deport you from the states @T.Vercetti because I know someone who basically drank himself to death when he was sent back home and I feel like something like that could be your fate if they ever made you leave that place. And not just you …