Breaking NewsExpose

Coronavirus WHO to blame?

As the world comes to terms with the horrors surmounted by the positive cases (in lakhs) and deaths (in thousands) caused by the world-wide spread of the Coronavirus, we have to question the origin of the pandemic and the failure of the World Health Organisation (WHO) to sound off a red-alert to prepare people in different countries to deal with the impending healthcare catastrophe.

On January 14th 2020, in a Tweet at 4.48 pm on social media platform Twitter, W.H.O stated, “Preliminary investigations conducted by the Chinese authorities have found no clear evidence of human-to-human transmission of the novel #coronavirus (2019-nCoV) identified in #Wuhan, #China.”

WHO on its global website under ‘Health Emergencies’ states the following:
* prepare for emergencies by identifying, mitigating and managing risks
* prevent emergencies and support development of tools necessary during outbreaks
* detect and respond to acute health emergencies
* support delivery of essential health services in fragile settings.

The question that needs to be asked is on what grounds did WHO arrive at a conclusion that the novel coronavirus had no clear evidence of human-to-human transmission. Did WHO conduct any tests? If so will WHO make the details of those tests public?

WHO did not conduct any tests on the coronavirus itself to arrive at its conclusion that there was no clear evidence of human-to-human transmission.

WHO relied on information from Chinese health authorities who themselves have been accused of hiding facts about the outbreak of the coronavirus that has now led to a global pandemic.

On March 9th 2020, WHO Tweeted the following contrary to its initial assessment based on the preliminary investigations by the Chinese authorities:

“Now that the #coronavirus has a foothold in so many countries, the threat of a pandemic has become very real.
But it would be the first pandemic in history that could be controlled.
The bottom line is: we are not at the mercy of this virus”-@DrTedros #COVID19”

It was followed with another Tweet:

“Over the weekend we crossed 100,000 reported cases of #COVID19 in 100 countries.
It’s certainly troubling that so many people & countries have been affected, so quickly” @DrTedros #coronavirus

Since Jan 14, 2020, WHO – a global watchdog that prepares for emergencies by identifying, mitigating and managing risks during outbreaks and pandemics ignores the most crucial aspect of the coronavirus, relying undoubtedly on the preliminary investigations of Chinese authorities: the human-to-human transmission and states that there is no clear evidence of human-to-human transmission.

This gross failure of WHO must be questioned by global nations and its behaviour in dealing with China wearing kids glove.

Today as I write this editorial, we have over 492, 250 positive cases and 22,180 deaths globally. Italy has surpassed the number of deaths seen in China, Spain and US to follow in the similar pattern to Italy.

The coronavirus pandemic could have been identified and monitored different if WHO accepted the truth of the nature of the virus and not rely on the report of the Chinese government.

It is a complete dereliction of the duty of WHO.

 

 

3 Comments

  1. Too bad that Indian govt sucks up to the Chinese even after such betrayal and supports WHO. WHO needs to be exiled from the country. We don’t want a fund eater to make random statements and nothing else. We shouldn’t be waiting at their knees for approval.

Leave a Reply

Back to top button
X

Adblock Detected

Please consider supporting us by disabling your ad blocker