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Scientists point out flaws in WHO investigation into Coronavirus origins, demand unrestricted and independent probe: Details
The letter emphasised that the joint team of WHO and Chinese experts lacked the required access, mandate and independence to come to a definitive conclusion about the origins of the Coronavirus.
A fact-finding team of WHO and Chinese experts to determine the origins of the coronavirus said there was insufficient evidence to suggest COVID-19 was being spread in China's Wuhan before December 2019
China claims it has nothing to hide on coronavirus but made two crucial virus databases inaccessible in Sept 2019. Here is what we know
Irrespective of the claims by China that is has nothing to hide, the dragon has been actively covering-up crucial information about origins of Covid-19
The two newly created Union Territories of India have been marked in grey colour, separate from India which appears in navy blue.
WHO chief Tedros Adhanom, earlier accused of Coronavirus coverup, now faces allegations of genocide. Read details
Nobel Peace Prize nominee David Steinman has complained to ICJ in Hague against WHO chief Dr Tedros. He has accused him of aiding ethnic cleansing in Ethiopia when he was in the government.
Documents accessed by the New York Times revealed that China retained vital parts of the investigation into the source of the coronavirus and blocked WHO team from probing the matter and visiting wet markets in Wuhan.
The WHO chief informed on Twitter that he is putting himself under quarantine after coming in contact with a COVID positive patient.
Sanjay Raut insults medical professionals, says ‘compounders know better than doctors’, IMA seeks his resignation
In an interview with ABP's Marathi channel on 15th August, Raut said that doctors do not know anything and he takes his medicines from compounders (assistants).
Democratic Republic of the Congo is facing another Ebola outbreak, raising the concern of health authorities
The WHO has warned the countries which are reporting a decline in coronavirus cases that they can witness a 'second peak'.