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Politicizing Coronavirus Could Lead to More Deaths

World Health Organization (WHO) Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus on Wednesday responded to President Trump’s choice to withhold United States money.

“For now, the focus should be on fighting this virus,” he said with a press conference. “The focus of all political parties should be to save their people.”

“Please don’t politicize this virus,” he included. “If you want to have many more body bags, then you do it. If you don’t want many more body bags, then you refrain from politicizing it.”

The day before, Trump announced he was suspending You. S. funding for the WHO ELSE. He referred to as agency “very China centric,” and even tweeted, “the W.H.O. really blew it.”

He in that case delivered a long-winded lecture in the importance of national and even international political. He also included, “Global solidarity is very important” and argued the You. S. and China should “come together” to fight it.

There has been growing anger from the U. S. towards the agency’s amplifying of Chinese assertions in relation to coronavirus, some of which ended up false.

For example, WHO ELSE infamously tweeted from January 14 a Chinese which turned out and about to be false along with a Chinese flag emoji:

The agency also informed people against calling the malware “Chinese” or associating it using a region, despite the coronavirus originating from Wuhan, China.

China has tried to deflect to take responsiblity for hiding and destroying earlier proof the coronavirus found within Wuhan as soon as November. Some involving its officials have claimed of which U. S. soldiers brought the idea to Wuhan.

As often the WHO has come under self deprecation, it has tried to create ties with celebrities such since Lady Gaga. Tedros sent the woman birthday wishes and thanked the woman for my child support of relief initiatives.

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