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GENEVA: The World Health Organisation has updated its account of the early stages of the Covid-19 crisis to say it was alerted by its own office in China, and not by China itself, to the first pneumonia cases in Wuhan.

WHO first alerted to virus by its office, not China | New Straits Times

GENEVA: The World Health Organization has updated its account of the early stages of the Covid crisis to say it was alerted by its own office in China...GENEVA: The World Health Organization has updated its account of the early stages of the Covid crisis to say it was alerted by its own office in China...

WHO says first alerted to virus by its office, not China

UN agency staff saw media announcement about ‘viral pneumonia’ on Wuhan Health Commission website on December 31.UN agency staff saw media announcement about ‘viral pneumonia’ on Wuhan Health Commission website on December 31.

GENEVA (Reuters) - The World Health Organization expects initial results within two weeks from clinical trials it is conducting of drugs that might be effective in treating COVID-19 patients, WHO Director General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus told a news briefing on Friday.GENEVA (Reuters) - The World Health Organization expects initial results within two weeks from clinical trials it is conducting of drugs that might be effective in treating COVID-19 patients, WHO Director General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus told a news briefing on Friday.

WHO sees first results from COVID drug trials within two weeks | The Star

LOS ANGELES: Global coronavirus infections have hit record highs as the United States and Brazil battle the world's deadliest outbreaks while new clusters around the planet test fragile gains in containing the disease.LOS ANGELES: Global coronavirus infections have hit record highs as the United States and Brazil battle the world's deadliest outbreaks while new clusters around the planet test fragile gains in containing the disease.

Global virus infections hit record highs in swelling pandemic

The WHO Director General added that while a potential vaccine might show its effectiveness by year’s end, the major question lay as to how soon it could be mass producedThe WHO Director General added that while a potential vaccine might show its effectiveness by year’s end, the major question lay as to how soon it could be mass produced

WHO Director General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus Expects Interim Results From Drug Trials For COVID Treatment Within Two Weeks

The World Health Organization (WHO) now says Chinese Communist Party (CCP) officials did not report the CCP virus ...The World Health Organization (WHO) now says Chinese Communist Party (CCP) officials did not report the CCP virus ...

WHO Now Says China Never Reported CCP Virus Outbreak

Mike Ryan, head of the WHO's emergencies programme, said it would be unwise to predict when a vaccine could be ready against Covid-19, the respiratory disease that has killed more than half a million people.Mike Ryan, head of the WHO's emergencies programme, said it would be unwise to predict when a vaccine could be ready against Covid-19, the respiratory disease that has killed more than half a million people.

WHO sees initial Covid-19 drug trial results within next two weeks

Amid global concerns that China delayed giving information regarding the novel coronavirus outbreak, a team of WHO (World Health Organisation) will visit the country next week to investigate the origins of the virus and its spread to human beings.Amid global concerns that China delayed giving information regarding the novel coronavirus outbreak, a team of WHO (World Health Organisation) will visit the country next week to investigate the origins of the virus and its spread to human beings.

WHO Team In China Next Week To Investigate Coronavirus Origins

Geo.tv presents infographics about coronavirus symptoms, surfaces that people should avoid coming into contact with, and safety tipsGeo.tv presents infographics about coronavirus symptoms, surfaces that people should avoid coming into contact with, and safety tips

Coronavirus: Symptoms to watch out for, risky surfaces, and safety tips

The health body also said it should get results from clinical trials of drugs that might be effective in treating Covid-19 patients within next two weeks.The health body also said it should get results from clinical trials of drugs that might be effective in treating Covid-19 patients within next two weeks.

Coronavirus: WHO says it was first alerted to virus by own office and not Beijing

The health body also said it should get results from clinical trials of drugs that might be effective in treating Covid-19 patients within next two weeks.The health body also said it should get results from clinical trials of drugs that might be effective in treating Covid-19 patients within next two weeks.

Coronavirus: WHO says it was first alerted to virus by own office and not Beijing

WHO to soon get first results from COVID-19 drug trialsThe World Health Organization (WHO) should soon get results from clinical trials it is conducting of drugs that might be effective in treating COVID-19 patients, its...

WHO to soon get first results from COVID-19 drug trials | Daily Sabah

There is "very little risk" that pets can infect their owners with COVID-19, said an expert from the World Health Organization (WHO) at a Geneva press conference on Thursday.

WHO: Little evidence shows pets can infect humans with COVID-19 - CGTN

The World Health Organisation should soon get results from clinical trials it is conducting of drugs that might be effective in treating COVID-19 patients, it...The World Health Organisation should soon get results from clinical trials it is conducting of drugs that might be effective in treating COVID-19 patients, it...

First virus drug trial results in 2 weeks | The Bellingen Shire Courier Sun | Bellingen, NSW

In its investigations into the WHO COVID-19 Timelines, GoaChronicle.com has learned that on the instructions of the Director General, Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus and Dr Michael Ryan, Executive Director of the WHO Health Emergencies Programme, WHO has altered its COVID-19 Timelines it had officially published on its website on April 27, 2020 on June 30, 2020.In its investigations into the WHO COVID-19 Timelines, GoaChronicle.com has learned that on the instructions of the Director General, Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus and Dr Michael Ryan, Executive Director of the WHO Health Emergencies Programme, WHO has altered its COVID-19 Timelines it had officially published on its website on April 27, 2020 on June 30, 2020.

Why has WHO altered the first-week COVID-19 timelines data: Dr Tedros | Goa Chronicle

China has blamed Spain for coronavirus suggesting COVID-19 originated in Europe and not Wuhan.China has blamed Spain for coronavirus suggesting COVID-19 originated in Europe and not Wuhan.

China says Spain is to blame for the coronavirus pandemic

"We expect interim results within the next two weeks." "We expect interim results within the next two weeks."

WHO says COVID-19 vaccine trial results due in next couple of weeks | Newshub

GENEVA: The global coronavirus pandemic is accelerating, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Wednesday (Thursday in Manila), with the number of cases surging beyond 160,000 every day in the past week, a record. WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said in a virtual briefing that well over half of all cases recorded since the novel coronavirus […]

Infections surge, 160K cases reported everyday – WHO – The Manila Times

GENEVA: The World Health Organization (WHO) has updated its account of the early stages of the COVID-19 crisis to say it was alerted by its own ...GENEVA: The World Health Organization (WHO) has updated its account of the early stages of the COVID-19 crisis to say it was alerted by its own ...

WHO says it was first alerted to coronavirus by its office, not China - CNA

The World Health Organization has said that early stages of the COVID crisis was alerted by its own office in China, and not by the Chinese government when the first pneumonia cases in Wuhan was reported. The WHO has been accused of failing to provide the information needed to stem the pandemic. It was also accused of being complacent towards China. US President Donald Trump has been openly accusing WHO for its failure and has blocked the funds. In that chronology, WHO had said only that the Wuhan municipal health commission in the province of Hubei had on December 31 reported cases of pneumonia. The UN health agency did not, however, specify who had notified it. WHO director Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus told a press conference on April 20 the first report had come from China, without specifying whether the report had been sent by Chinese authorities or another source. But a new chronology, published this week by the Geneva-based institution, offers a more detailed version of events. The World Health Organization has said that early stages of the COVID crisis was alerted by its own office in China, and not by the Chinese government when the first pneumonia cases in Wuhan was reported. The WHO has been accused of failing to provide the information needed to stem the pandemic. It was also accused of being complacent towards China. US President Donald Trump has been openly accusing WHO for its failure and has blocked the funds. In that chronology, WHO had said only that the Wuhan municipal health commission in the province of Hubei had on December 31 reported cases of pneumonia. The UN health agency did not, however, specify who had notified it. WHO director Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus told a press conference on April 20 the first report had come from China, without specifying whether the report had been sent by Chinese authorities or another source. But a new chronology, published this week by the Geneva-based institution, offers a more detailed version of events.

COVID-19: Not China, first alert about virus from our office, says WHO | International - Times of India Videos

Early results from clinical trials of possible coronavirus treatment drugs are expected within two weeks, the World Health Organisation says.Early results from clinical trials of possible coronavirus treatment drugs are expected within two weeks, the World Health Organisation says.

The WHO hopes to have the first results from new coronavirus drug trials in two weeks | SBS News

The visit will take place more than six months after the WHO’s Country Office in China picked up a statement from the Wuhan Municipal Health Commission on cases of ‘viral pneumonia’. Dr Soumya Swaminathan, Chief Scientist, WHO said that a “thorough investigation” needs to be done into the origins of the virus.The visit will take place more than six months after the WHO’s Country Office in China picked up a statement from the Wuhan Municipal Health Commission on cases of ‘viral pneumonia’. Dr Soumya Swaminathan, Chief Scientist, WHO said that a “thorough investigation” needs to be done into the origins of the virus.

Covid-19: WHO team to visit China next week to investigate origins of coronavirus - health - Hindustan Times

The U.N. agency has so far collected 60,000 samples of the diseaseThe U.N. agency has so far collected 60,000 samples of the disease

Almost a third of COVID-19 samples show mutation, but not worse disease, says WHO - The Hindu

China claims coronavirus did not start in Wuhan, but it was brought there by travellers from another country. China claims coronavirus did not start in Wuhan, but it was brought there by travellers from another country.

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A WHO “scoping mission” will visit China next week to establish an investigation into the origins of the virus A WHO “scoping mission” will visit China next week to establish an investigation into the origins of the virus

China says investigations into origins of Covid-19 should look beyond its borders

A small change in the coronavirus timeline on the official website of World Health Organisation (WHO) is being highlighted as the agency's admission that China did not report coronavirus outbreak.A small change in the coronavirus timeline on the official website of World Health Organisation (WHO) is being highlighted as the agency's admission that China did not report coronavirus outbreak.

WHO admits China did not report coronavirus outbreak in early stages | World News – India TV

CHINA has blamed Spain for coronavirus suggesting Covid-19 originated in Europe and not Wuhan. Senior government health adviser Wang Guangfa referenced research in Barcelona which detected Covid-19…

China blames SPAIN for coronavirus suggesting Covid-19 originated in Europe and not in Wuhan

It's been a while since we heard from the World Health Organization, a body which in its attempts to please China left the world unprepared to deal with this pandemic. WHO downplayed the threat and tried to coverup, and eventually delayed the global response. WION has discussed all these crimes in detail several times in the past. We were even promised an interview to clarify, but the WHO Chief chickened out. So, we decided to find out just what the body has been upto after failing to live up to its core mission. What we found out is quite worrying.It's been a while since we heard from the World Health Organization, a body which in its attempts to please China left the world unprepared to deal with this pandemic. WHO downplayed the threat and tried to coverup, and eventually delayed the global response. WION has discussed all these crimes in detail several times in the past. We were even promised an interview to clarify, but the WHO Chief chickened out. So, we decided to find out just what the body has been upto after failing to live up to its core mission. What we found out is quite worrying.

COVID-19: WHO takes a U-turn on China; admits China never reported coronavirus, World News | wionews.com

“The fastest way out of this pandemic is to follow the science and do what we know works: the comprehensive approach.”“The fastest way out of this pandemic is to follow the science and do what we know works: the comprehensive approach.”

Covid-19: Tough week as 160 000 new cases are reported every day | Bedfordview Edenvale News

More than six months after the initial cases of coronavirus were reported, the World Health Organization (WHO) had admitted that China didn't inform about the highly-contagious diseaseMore than six months after the initial cases of coronavirus were reported, the World Health Organization (WHO) had admitted that China didn't inform about the highly-contagious disease

WHO finally admits China didn't report about coronavirus outbreak

The World Health Organization quietly changed its timeline of the coronavirus pandemic’s first days on Tuesday, clarifying that the Chinese Communist Party never informed the organization of the pandemic on December 31, despite previous claims to the contrary.In the new timeline, which the WHO says hasThe World Health Organization quietly changed its timeline of the coronavirus pandemic’s first days on Tuesday, clarifying that the Chinese Communist Party never informed the organization of the pandemic on December 31, despite previous claims to the contrary.In the new timeline, which the WHO says has

WHO Quietly Changes COVID Timeline following Republican Questioning

WHO backtracks on its original claim that China self-reported the existence of Coronavirus in Wuhan, admits this never happenedWHO backtracks on its original claim that China self-reported the existence of Coronavirus in Wuhan, admits this never happened

WHO Changes Coronavirus Timeline, Quietly Admits China Didn't 'Self-Report' on Covid-19

WHO Takes U-turn, Admits China Did Not Report COVID-19 Outbreak in Initial StagesWHO has reportedly changed the official timeline on their website removing the information about China reporting a cluster of cases of pneumonia in Wuhan.

WHO Takes U-turn, Admits China Did Not Report COVID-19 Outbreak in Initial Stages

Contrary to claims from both Chinese officials and the World Health Organization, China did not report the existence of the coronavirus in late 2019.Contrary to claims from both Chinese officials and the World Health Organization, China did not report the existence of the coronavirus in late 2019.

China Never Reported Existence of Coronavirus to World Health Organization

China Never Reported Existence of Coronavirus to World Health Organization

The World Health Organization backtracked on its assertion that the Chinese government alerted the United Nations agency about the coronavirus outbreak.The World Health Organization backtracked on its assertion that the Chinese government alerted the United Nations agency about the coronavirus outbreak.

WHO admits China never reported the existence of coronavirus outbreak

The World Health Organization changed its website, admits China never notified the COVID-19 outbreak to the WHO, which found out about coronavirus from local reports.The WHO changes its tune after a damning report about China's COVID-19 response from House Republicans

World Health Organization admits China never reported coronavirus outbreak - TheBlaze

Despite earlier claims and countless defenses made by World Health Organization officials, an updated timeline by the international health body shows China never self-reported the COVID-19 outbreak that led to drastic economic and health consequences across the world.

WHO Admits It Was Never Told About COVID By China, Instead Found Out From U.S. Data - Sara A. Carter : Sara A. Carter

Despite earlier claims and countless defenses made by World Health Organization officials, an updated timeline by the international health body shows China never self-reported the COVID-19 outbreak that led to drastic economic and health consequences across the world.

WHO Admits It Was Never Told About COVID By China, Instead Found Out From U.S. Data – Sara A. Carter

The global health body noted that the current “pandemic is far from over,” even as new research identified a novel flu that “has all the essential hallmarks of a candidate pandemic virus.”The global health body noted that the current “pandemic is far from over,” even as new research identified a novel flu that “has all the essential hallmarks of a candidate pandemic virus.”

VICE - A WHO Team Is Going to China to Investigate the Origins of COVID-19. Scientists Are Already Warning of a New Virus Threat.

MOSCOW: Director-General of the World Health Organisation Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said in an article for The Washington Post newspaper that currently 141 Covid-19 vaccines are being developed in the world, reported Sputnik news agency.

WHO director-general says 141 Covid-19 vaccines being developed worldwide | Borneo Post Online