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WHO To Travel To Wuhan In January To Investigate Origins Of COVID-19

The origin of the ravaging COVID-19 virus that has infected more than 74 million persons and killed more than 1.6 million victims across nations of the world remains a misery.

In a bid to unravel COVID-19 origin, the World Health Organisation, WHO, scientists will travel to Wuhan in January to investigate the origins of the virus.

This is coming after months of negotiating with China in order to gain access for the important mission.

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According to the world health body spokesperson, Hedinn Halldorsson, the body is expected to go to China in the first week of January to investigate the origins of the virus that sparked the coronavirus pandemic.

A team of 12-15 international experts is preparing to go to Wuhan to examine evidence, including human and animal samples collected by Chinese researchers, and to build on their initial studies.

The team would leave ‘just after New Year’s’ for a six-week mission, including two weeks of quarantine on arrival.

The The United States had accused China of having hidden the outbreak’s extent, which US President, Donald Trump claims coronavirus may have been spread on purpose by China.


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