COVID-19 : Where did the World Health Organization make a mistake? Did they act on time?

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Tucker Carlson of the FNC said that the World Health Organization is a puppet of the Chinese government and accused its director of using his position to cover up the CCP’s clumsy response to the coronavirus pandemic. The US Department of Health showed us a video of Assistant Director-general Bruce Aylward refusing to answer a question about how Taiwan deals with coronaviruses. In fact, he didn’t even want to acknowledge Taiwan’s existence. Officials at the Centers for Disease Control have already complained about China’s muddling of construction site visits. In fact, it took a full two weeks for China to allow a team from that country into the country. 

Nonetheless, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus has delayed the WHO’s decision on whether to declare a global outbreak of cholera, one of the world’s deadliest infectious diseases. US President Donald Trump has announced his intention to expel the US from the World Health Organization – a decision that will have a devastating impact on the health of millions of people in Africa, Asia, and the Middle East. Tedros has now backed China’s propaganda campaign to deny responsibility for the outbreak. To win their support, Tedros now covers them in his propaganda campaigns by denying responsibility for the outbreaks. He praised China’s transparency and said its response to the virus was a model for other nations, even as it tried to cover up its outbreak and silence whistleblowers. Tedros remained unmoved, despite growing evidence that outrage is growing in China. Chinese officials were able to arrest and punish citizens for spreading rumors about the disease, while online censors controlled the flow of information. The World Health Organization has been slow to communicate the scale of the threat, issuing questionable guidelines on how to deal with the coronavirus, and embellishing the Chinese government’s early handling of the crisis. In contrast to his effusive praise for China, Tedros was quick to criticize other countries for their response to the outbreak.

 He warned against recriminations and the politicization of an outbreak and called on nations not to restrict travel to China. This effusive praise has put the WHO in an impossible position, as Chinese policy crumbles under its own weight. This is not to absolve President Donald Trump, who yesterday restricted WHO funding, of his own failure to oppose COVID-19. But it is a clear sign that the WHO response has destroyed much of its credibility, damaged public health, and failed to contain the pandemic. It was a miserable failure, exposing countless healthy residents and visitors to a disease that has claimed more than 134,000 lives worldwide. The WHO Director-general, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus won an election in May 2017 in which China supported him, and he is now leading the charge to protect China’s repressive regime by shirking responsibility for the global coronavirus pandemic. Chinese authorities, despite all evidence to the contrary, have woven a false counter-narrative that China has indeed been able to take swift steps to contain the foreign virus. Tedros praised China’s transparency and held up the country as a model for a response, despite the fact that the communist regime covered up and then concealed the severity of the outbreak. The world would behave differently in dealing with the threat if the dictatorial regime in China had control of Ground Zero and therefore did not monitor it under COVID-19, he said. He is not acting as a passionate, professional authority that has vowed to protect global public health. He praised China’s draconian lockdown policies as a global model for containment, but he refused to declare a global emergency when the facts justified it. The response has been hampered by a lack of transparency and coordination between the WHO, the UN, and the private sector.

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