09:56 WHO ends investigation of the origin of the virus, Tan Desai: does not rule out any hypotheses



WHO Secretary-General Tedros Tedros said on the 12th that no assumptions about the origin of the virus will be ruled out.  (AFP)

WHO Secretary-General Tedros Tedros said on the 12th that no assumptions about the origin of the virus will be ruled out. (AFP)

2021/02/13 09:56

[Real-time news/comprehensive report]The World Health Organization expert group has just concluded the investigation of the origin of the virus in Wuhan, China. Secretary-General Tedros Tedros said on the 12th that no assumptions will be ruled out. Tedros also mentioned in the meeting, although the global The number of cases of Wuhan pneumonia (new coronavirus disease, COVID-19) is declining, but “complacency is as dangerous as the virus” and appeals to countries not to relax their epidemic prevention easily.

According to foreign media reports, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said at a press conference on the 12th that members of the expert group are expected to publish a summary of the research results next week and make the full report public in the next few weeks. Tan Desai pointed out that the team carried out a very important scientific task in a “very difficult” situation.

The head of the expert group, Peter Ben Embarek, stated at a press conference in Wuhan on the 9th that the Wuhan pneumonia virus is “very unlikely” to leak from the laboratory. In this regard, Tan Desai said that some of the assumptions have been ruled out and questioned. After talking with team members, he hopes to confirm that the WHO is open to all assumptions, and further analysis and research are needed.

Tan Desai added that some of these tasks may be beyond the scope of the mandate of this task. The WHO has repeatedly emphasized that this task will not find all the answers, but the investigation has added important information to enable us to better understand the Wuhan pneumonia. origin.

In the press conference, Tan Desai mentioned that due to the implementation of stricter public health measures in various countries, the number of confirmed diagnoses reported globally has fallen for four consecutive weeks, and the death toll has also fallen for the second consecutive week. All walks of life should be more confident in this regard, but Tan Desai It is also pointed out that complacency is as dangerous as the virus itself. This is not the time for any country to relax its anti-epidemic measures or anyone to relax its vigilance.

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