January 2020. One year ago.
It was the decisive month to stop the infection. But “for the whole month of January”, theAssociated Presssaid that WHO officials have repeatedly complained that the Chinese authorities did not share material on the virus and the epidemic. But they did their complaining “in private”, in internal communications, while in public they praised the Chinese regime.
Not only AP. Taiwanese officials warned WHO as early as December 31 that they saw evidence that the SARS-Cov2 virus could be transmitted from human to human. But the UN agency, bowing to Beijing, ignored Taiwan. And in a note dated January 14, WHO explained: “The preliminary investigations conducted by the Chinese authorities have found no evidence of human-to-human transmission”.
A year later, December 2020, WHO arrives in China to ascertain the origin of the pandemic. But, writes theNew York Times,the UN agency has given…
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