WHO denounces Trump’s claim about Covid-19: Embarrassment for USA
The World Health Organization (WHO) has reiterated that the corona virus (covid-19) was created naturally after US President Donald Trump said he had evidence that it had been developed in a Chinese laboratory.
Speaking to reporters in Geneva about the state of emergency, Mitchell Ryan, head of the World Health Organization, said: “We believe that the corona virus (covid-19) originated naturally.
Reacting to President Trump’s statement, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Jing Shuang said that American politicians are constantly ignoring the truth.
A Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman said that their only goal was to turn a blind eye to the responsibility for failing to control the epidemic and divert attention from the issue.
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He added that American politicians should pay attention to their problems and find ways to stop the spread of the epidemic as soon as possible.
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison says there is no evidence that the corona virus (covid-19) has been developed in a Chinese laboratory.
According to the foreign news agency, the Australian Prime Minister said that there is no evidence at the moment to show that the corona virus covid-19) was developed in a laboratory in the Chinese city of Wuhan.
The Australian Prime Minister has expressed anger over China’s demand for an international investigation into the spread of the corona virus (covid-19).
The Australian prime minister said the Australians had no information to support the idea, but was more hesitant about how the covid-19 should be investigated and how it spread around the world.
“We had it before, it doesn’t seem to be a resource, we don’t have anything to show that it was a resource, in an environment like that,” he said. We can’t make any rules.
The deadly corona virus, which started in the Chinese city of Wuhan, has sparked tensions between the world’s largest economies.