The head of the WHO delegation, who had recently visited China to investigate the origins of the pandemic, expressed disappointment at the lack of access to raw data during the mission on Saturday, saying he felt the potential of Kovid-19 There was a greater need to detect early cases.
“We want more data. We went with our team to Wuhan for a month, where the coronovirus responsible for the pandemic was discovered in December 2019,” AFP Peter Ben Ambreck said in an interview.
“There is a set of disappointments, but also realistic expectations of what is appropriate to do in a certain time frame”, he said, allowing the data to go ahead before the requested data would be made available.
These experts from the World Health Organization completed their mission earlier this week without reaching a definite conclusion.
They believe that Kovid-19, which has already claimed an estimated 2.4 million lives worldwide, has its origins in bats and may have been transmitted to humans through another mammal.
However, these experts do not know where and when the epidemic actually began, even though no major outbreaks were reported before December 2019 in Wuhan or anywhere else.