translated from Spanish: China denies WHO second investigation by origin of Covid-19

As “irresponsible” and “dangerous” the U.S. government dismissed china’s government’s refusal to allow the World Health Organization (WHO) to begin a second phase of its investigation into the origin of the coronavirus. Through a White House spokesman, Jen Psaki, it was reported that the administration led by Joe Biden is disappointed. He said China’s stance is irresponsible and downright dangerous. 
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Read more: A child dies in India from bird flu also had leukemia and pneumoniaThis second phase of WHO research would be focused on investigating markets and laboratories in Wuhan, the city where the first outbreaks were detected. The deputy director of the National Health Commission, Zeng Yixin, on Thursday called the WHO’s proposal “arrogant” and “lacking in common sense” and called on the organization to strip its work of “political interference.” In this regard, Psaki stressed that it is “crucial” that China provide access to “data and samples” on its territory so that the world can “understand” what happened and “prevent the next pandemic.”

“This is about saving lives in the future, and this is not the time to obstruct” WHO investigations, U.S. President Joe’s spokeswoman added Biden.La last week, WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus called on China “to be transparent and open” and “to cooperate especially by providing raw data on the early days of the pandemic.” Ghebreyesus said that knowing the origins of the coronavirus “is an outstanding debt to millions of people who have suffered from it.” Read more: In vitro fertilization, panama’s most demanded assisted reproduction methodIn February, the WHO mission in Wuhan asked for access to raw data from patients registered in the city’s hospitals with covid-19-like symptoms before the first known case of the disease, but China claimed that these had already been studied by its experts.

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