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Expert explains WHO’s decision to stop searching for source of ‘Covid-19’


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The World Health Organization has announced that it is ending further investigations into the source of the novel coronavirus due to data collection issues.

And an expert from the World Health Organization, deputy director of the Pasteur Institute for Epidemiology and Microbiology, Vladimir Dedkov, in an interview with the Izvestia newspaper, indicated that the investigation into the source of the coronavirus that had arisen was actually suspended for two years. back.
Notably, expert Vladimir Dedkov was part of a World Health Organization mission of 17 scientists representing 10 countries that visited Wuhan in February 2021. After that, a second mission to Southeast Asia was planned. countries, but this did not happen.
He said this was because the World Health Organization disagreed with the conclusions of its scientific mission to China, according to which the origin of the emerging coronavirus is most likely natural.
He adds that the statement by WHO expert Maria Van Kerkhove to stop searching for the source of Covid-19 is simply a statement of a fait accompli.
The Russian expert points out that the statement by the World Health Organization to stop searching for the source of the emerging coronavirus does not mean at all that no one has the right to do this without the participation of the organization. Therefore, it is highly likely that scientists in China and other countries will continue to search for the source of this virus.
And he adds that the search for the source of viruses has been going on for many years and even decades. For example, the source of the SARS-CoV-1 virus that causes SARS was discovered 12 years after it appeared.

Source: Izvestia newspaper.

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