The WHO, however, was concerned that China was not sharing enough information to assess the risk posed by the new virus, and the world’s valuable time was being spent.
Geneva. The World Health Organization continued to applaud China in the month of January for publicly providing information related to the corona virus ‘immediately’. But it has been revealed in the documents that he was concerned that China is not sharing enough information to assess the risk posed by the new virus and the world is spending valuable time.
In fact, Chinese authorities delayed the release of genetic maps, or genomes, of the deadly virus for more than a week, despite it being decoded completely in many government laboratories in China and for testing, drugs and vaccines Details were not shared.
Internal documents, e-mails and dozens of conversational records obtained by news agency AP have revealed that strict control over information and competition within China’s public health system was largely blamed. Health officials made the virus’s genome public on January 11 after a Chinese laboratory published an article about it on a virology website.
Despite this, according to the recordings of various internal meetings, China delayed two more weeks in giving the necessary information to WHO. During the global spread of the corona virus infection, the World Health Organization has been appreciative of the Chinese government for providing ‘instant’ information about the genetic map or genome of the new virus, according to recording obtained by the news agency.
The WHO, however, was concerned that China was not sharing enough information to assess the risk posed by the new virus, and the world’s valuable time was being spent. Guadan Gallea, an official in China of the global health body, told a meeting referring to China’s state TV that he had shared it with us 15 minutes before the information came on CCTV.
The initial story of the epidemic comes at a time when the United Nations health agency is under suspicion. US President Donald Trump on Friday severed all ties with the WHO for allegedly colluding with China to hide the epidemic. Chinese President Xi Jinping has been claiming that his country has always been providing information to the World Health Organization and the world.