WHO says too early to draw Covid-19 origin conclusions

WHO says too early to draw Covid-19 origin conclusions
WHO says too early to draw Covid-19 origin conclusions

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Nevin Al Sukari - Sana'a - Medical workers get ready inside a bus before the expected arrival of a WHO team tasked with investigating the origins of the coronavirus disease pandemic, at Wuhan Tianhe International Airport in Wuhan, Hubei province, China January 14, 2021. — Reuters

GENEVA, Jan 23 ― The World Health Organisation (WHO) said yesterday it was too early to draw any conclusions from its mission to Wuhan as to whether the Covid-19 pandemic started in China.

A team of WHO experts arrived in Wuhan on January 14 to start probing the origins of the deadly coronavirus, more than a year after the first cases were detected in the central Chinese city.

They were whisked to a hotel to complete a two-week quarantine.

China is braced for the scrutiny the expert team of WHO scientists will bring to its virus narrative. Beijing has drip-fed the idea that the pandemic started outside of its borders.

“All hypotheses are on the table. And it is definitely too early to come to a conclusion of exactly where this virus started, either within or without China,” said WHO emergencies director Michael Ryan.

“There are different... scientific observations in different parts of the world... all of that is very important, because it builds up a picture,” he told a press conference in Geneva.

However, he added: “This is a big jigsaw puzzle and you cannot tell what the image says by looking at one piece in a 10,000-piece jigsaw puzzle.”

The virus has killed more than two million people so far, infected tens of millions of others and hammered the global economy.

The WHO says establishing the pathway of the virus from animals to humans is essential to preventing future outbreaks.

It says the probe should rightly start where the first cases were discovered, and follow the trail of clues from there.

“Let's step back, let’s follow the evidence, let's follow the science. Our team are on the ground, they are having a good experience working with our Chinese colleagues. We are working through the data,” said Ryan.

“The data will lead us to the next phase of where we have to go next to look at the origins of this virus.

“It is too early to come to any conclusion, but we believe we are making some progress and we hope to continue to do so in the interest of public health in the future.” ― AFP
 

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