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Chinese officials reject US allegations on Covid-19 origin probe

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Chinese officials reject US allegations on Covid-19 origin probe

Chinese Health Official Rejects U.S. Allegations on Virus Probe

(Bloomberg) -- A senior Chinese health official rejected a U.S. report blaming China for stonewalling an investigation into the origins of the coronavirus. China opposes the politicization of tracing the origins of the virus or using the subject as a tool to shift blame, according to Zeng Yixin, vice head of National Health Commission.

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Chinese Health Official Rejects U.S. Allegations on Virus Probe

China opposes using coronavirus origins tracing as a tool to shift blame

The Chinese government has always supported the scientific tracing of the coronavirus origins, but opposes politicizing the study or using it as a tool to shift blame, said Zeng Yixin, deputy head of China's National Health Commission, on Sunday. Zeng made the remarks in response to a U.S. intelligence community report on COVID-19 origins, which does not rule out either natural exposure or laboratory accident as the origin of SARS-CoV-2.

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China opposes using coronavirus origins tracing as a tool to shift blame

Chart of the Day: A quick reminder of WHO's last COVID-19 origins study visit

China last week rejected the World Health Organization's (WHO) suggested plan on the second phase of coronavirus origin-tracing, which prioritizes lab leak theory, saying it is against common sense and science. "I was surprised when I saw WHO's origin-tracing plan for the second phase," Zeng Yixin, deputy head of the National Health Commission (NHC), said at a press briefing.

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Chart of the Day: A quick reminder of WHO's last COVID-19 origins study visit

China recommends tracing Covid-19 origin in multiple countries

China hopes that the World Health Organization (WHO) will consider the Covid-19 origin-tracing work as a scientific issue, sideline political interference, and promote tracing work in different countries and regions across the world, said the State Council Information Office (SCIO) in a press conference last week.

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China recommends tracing Covid-19 origin in multiple countries

Tag: Zeng Yixin

On Thursday, the Chinese government confirmed that it will not cooperate with a proposed second investigation into the possible origins of the coronavirus conducted by the World Health Organization (WHO), as reported by CNN. The announcement was made by Deputy Head of China’s National Health Commission Zeng Yixin, who said at a press conference that he was “surprised” that the WHO’s proposal for the investigation included the possibility that the lab leak theory would be taken into consideration.

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‘The virus is winning’: China’s rebuff of WHO’s new Covid probe alarms experts

The Chinese government has bristled at international focus on China as the possible origin location of Covid-19 and instead insisted that it “has multiple origins and broke out in multiple places.” Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, head of the WHO, outlined a plan recently for a second nvestigation in China of the origins of SARS-COV-2.

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‘The virus is winning’: China’s rebuff of WHO’s new Covid probe alarms experts

'The virus is winning': China's rejection of WHO's new experts on Covid probe alert

The Chinese government has spurred international focus on China as the possible location of origin of Covid-19, urging instead that it “has multiple origins and has erupted in multiple places.” Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, head of the WHO, sketched a plan recently for a second investigation in China into the origin of SARS-COV-2.

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'The virus is winning': China's rejection of WHO's new experts on Covid probe alert

China Rejects World Health Organization Plan to Study COVID-19 Origin

Chinese health officials have rejected the World Health Organization’s (WHO) request to conduct a second study on the origins of COVID-19. WHO wants to conduct a second review because the first did not have enough raw data since it was so early in the pandemic.

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China Rejects World Health Organization Plan to Study COVID-19 Origin

China Rejects WHO Plan For Second Phase Of Virus Origin Probe

China has dismissed the following phase of a World Health Organization (WHO) plan to examine the beginnings of the Covid pandemic. The WHO ought to review research centers in the space. There the infection got first distinguished. China Rejects WHO Plan For Second Phase Of Virus Origin Probe

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China Rejects WHO Plan For Second Phase Of Virus Origin Probe

China steps up COVID-19 denials and deceptions

Washington Post In proposing a Phase 2 investigation into the pandemic origins on July 16, the director general of the World Health Organization, Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, attempted to navigate a fraught and contested topic. He emphasized the importance of scientists and science, called on China to cooperate, and be transparent and said both major hypotheses for how the pandemic began should be investigated: either a zoonotic spillover or a laboratory accident.

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China steps up COVID-19 denials and deceptions

WHO urges collaboration on the origin of coronavirus

Reuters/ Geneva The World Health Organisation (WHO) called yesterday for all countries to work together to investigate the origins of the novel coronavirus that causes Covid-19, a day after the Chinese government rejected plans for more checks on laboratories and markets in its territory. The first human cases of Covid-19 were reported in the central Chinese city of Wuhan in December 2019.

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WHO urges collaboration on the origin of coronavirus

China Snubs New World Health Organization Investigation Into Covid Origins

BEIJING — China has declined the World Health Organization’s (WHO) proposal to participate in the second phase investigation of the Covid-19 origin study, a top Chinese official informed on July 22. The announcement was made after the possibility of the virus leaking from a Wuhan lab included in the proposal.

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China Snubs New World Health Organization Investigation Into Covid Origins

WHO urges collaboration on virus origin after China rejects inquiry plan

GENEVA -- The World Health Organization (WHO) called on Friday for all countries to work together to investigate the origins of the coronavirus that caused COVID-19, a day after China rejected plans for more checks on labs and markets in its territory. The first human cases of COVID-19 were reported in the central Chinese city of Wuhan in December 2019.

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WHO urges collaboration on virus origin after China rejects inquiry plan

CDC Director: Delta Variant ‘One of the Most Infectious Respiratory Viruses’ |

The director of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Rochelle Walensky, said Thursday the delta variant of the coronavirus that results in COVID-19 “is one of the most infectious respiratory viruses we know of and that I have seen in my 20-year career.” Officials in Washington on Thursday urged people to get COVID vaccinations to protect themselves from the variant and to curb the spread of the coronavirus.

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WIV Workers Not Infected With COVID-19; China Not Participating in Next Stage of WHO’s Investigation on the Virus’ Origin, Health Official Says

A Chinese government health official recently denied that the Wuhan Institute of Virology or WIV workers were not infected with COVID-19 shortly before the virus first occurred. According to a Newsweek report, the deputy head of China's National Health Commission, Zeng Yixin, commented at yesterday's press conference.

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WIV Workers Not Infected With COVID-19; China Not Participating in Next Stage of WHO’s Investigation on the Virus’ Origin, Health Official Says

WHO Proposes to Revisit Covid-19 Origin 'Lab Leak' Theory, China Says 'No Way'

China on Thursday accused the World Health Organisation of “arrogance” and a “disrespect for common sense” as it proposed a second phase investigation into the origins of the Covid-19 pandemic, media reports said. The WHO had, in March, concluded in a report that a laboratory leak was “extremely unlikely”.

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WHO Proposes to Revisit Covid-19 Origin 'Lab Leak' Theory, China Says 'No Way'