The World Health Organization (WHO) has claimed to issue corona warning first

The World Health Organization (WHO) says the epidemic was warned from its office in China at the start of the COVID-19 crisis after the first pneumonia infection in Wuhan. This warning was announced even before China.

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In response to criticism of not issuing warnings at the start of the epidemic, the agency released an initial timeline for their communications on April 9. And now this epidemic has already killed 5 lakh 21 thousand people in the world. According to the World Health Organization’s timeline, a December 31 report said the Wuhan Municipal Health Commission in Hubei Province had reported pneumonia, but the UN Health Office did not specify the source or source of the report.

WHO Secretary-General Tedros Ghebreissas made the first report from China at a news conference on April 20. It was not immediately clear if the report was sent by Chinese authorities or other sources. The Geneva-based agency released a series of reports this week on the corona epidemic. The agency’s statement said that the WHO Health Commission’s website reported the matter on December 31 after reports of “viral pneumonia” surfaced in the media, citing the Wuhan Health Commission’s website.

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