China Refused To Give WHO Researchers Early COVID Data

The Chinese Communist Party refused to provide World Health Organization investigators with data on early Covid-19 cases essential to determining how and when the virus began spreading. “The Chinese authorities turned down requests to provide such data on 174 cases of Covid-19 that they have identified from the early phase of the outbreak in the Chinese city of Wuhan in December 2019,” The Wall Street Journal reports. Instead, Chinese Communist Party officials and scientists provided World Health Organization (WHO) summaries and analysis of data on the cases. “But the WHO team wasn’t allowed to view the raw underlying data on those

CONFLICT OF INTEREST: WHO’s COVID Investigator is Recipient of Chinese Communist Cash, Worked With Wuhan Lab for 18 Years.

A high-profile member of the World Health Organization’s recent “investigative” trip to Wuhan to uncover the origins of COVID-19 has accepted research grants from the Chinese Communist Party and runs a controversial U.S.-based organization which collaborates with the Wuhan Institute of Virology. Peter Daszak’s ties to the Chinese Communist Party call into question the validity of his and the World Health Organization (WHO) investigative team which concluded that it is “extremely unlikely” COVID-19 came from a Chinese Communist Party lab. Their claims echo Chinese Communist Party narratives, and Daszak himself implored the world to not “rely” on U.S. intelligence for

Chinese Communist Party Denies World Health Org Researchers Access To Wuhan

The Chinese Communist Party has denied World Health Organization officials access to the city of Wuhan – the epicenter of COVID-19 – for a scheduled probe into the origins of the virus. The probe came after many months of negotiation between the Chinese government and the World Health Organization (WHO) – a body many have accused of being soft on China. Destined for Wuhan, WHO’s researchers encountered difficulties with visa clearances when arriving in the Chinese city. Chinese officials, however, pushed back, noting the “details of the visit, including dates, were still being arranged.” WHO Chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus noted

‘Highly Speculative’: WHO Official Pushes Back On Chinese State Media Claims COVID-19 Originated In Europe

The World Health Organization’s top emergency expert pushed back against Chinese Communist Party claims that COVID-19 originated in Europe, calling the theory “highly speculative.” The official, Mike Ryan, noted “it’s highly speculative for us to say that the disease did not emerge in China,” during a virtual briefing in Geneva. The remarks came in response to a question about whether or not COVID-19 could have emerged somewhere besides China. “It is clear from a public health perspective that you start your investigations where the human cases first emerged,” he added. The World Health Organization official’s words represent a rejection of