Coronavirus Health

The Health Organization: It is too early to reach conclusions about the origin of Corona

The World Health Organization said, Friday, that it is too early to reach any conclusions regarding the work of its mission in the Chinese city of Wuhan from which the Corona epidemic originated, and whether the Corona pandemic has begun in China.

Michael Ryan, director of the emergency program at the organization, said in statements reported by “Agence France-Presse”, that “all hypotheses are on the table. It is certain that it is too early to reach an accurate conclusion about where this virus appeared, whether inside or outside China.” “.

He added during a press conference in Geneva: “There are different scientific observations in different regions of the world (…) and all of them are of great importance, because they form the integrated picture,” comparing the situation to “a large jigsaw game (Basel), so that no You can find out the picture by looking at one piece out of 10,000. “

“Let’s go back a step back, and follow the evidence and science. Our team is on the ground and has a good experience working with our Chinese colleagues,” said Ryan, noting that “work is underway to prepare the data.” He added, “The data will lead us to (…), where the next step should be to look at the origin of this virus.”

The Health Organization considers that determining the path of transmission of the virus from animals to humans “is necessary to prevent the outbreak of similar epidemics in the future,” and that the investigation should begin in the place where the first infections were discovered.

A team of WHO experts arrived in Wuhan on January 14, to investigate the origin of the Corona-virus, more than a year after the first infections appeared in the city in central China.

A team of WHO experts arrived in Wuhan on January 14, to investigate the origin of the Corona-virus, more than a year after the first infections appeared in the city in central China.

China is awaiting the scrutiny of the WHO’s expert team, and the elements that they will add to its virus-related narrative.

The virus has killed more than two million people so far, infected tens of millions, and affected the global economy.

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