WHO Slams China Over COVID Origin Data Management

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The World Health Organization (WHO) criticized Chinese officials for withholding data on the origin of COVID-19.  “These data could have — and should have — been shared three years ago,” WHO Director General Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said.  The new information pointed toward the idea that the pandemic may have started in a Wuhan seafood market, where illegally traded raccoon dogs infected humans with the virus, according to the researchers.