How did corona reach humans: WHO made this appeal to the world after China refused to investigate

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The World Health Organization (WHO) has appealed to all countries to trace the source of the coronavirus after China refused to be more vigilant in its labs and monitor its markets. It is noteworthy that the first case of Kovid-19 in humans was first reported in the Chinese city of Wuhan. Human infection of coronavirus was confirmed for the first time in Wuhan city in December 2019, but China has been continuously denying the theory of coronavirus leaking from its lab here.


The WHO this month raised the issue of investigating the origin of corona infection in China again as soon as possible, but China's Deputy Minister Zheng Wising rejected the proposal outright. WHO spokesman Tariq Jasarevic told the United Nations in Geneva that it was not a matter of politics or blame. We need to understand this pandemic better to save the human population. Countries will have to work together in a spirit of partnership in dealing with this.


Earlier on Thursday, a senior Chinese health official said that he was shocked by the World Health Organization's (WHO) plan to find the origin of the second phase of the global pandemic Kovid-19. China's National Health Commission Vice Minister Zheng Weixin dismissed the theory of the coronavirus leaking from the lab, saying that this rumor is spreading contrary to common sense. He said that a rumor is being spread against science.


It is worth noting that last week the head of the WHO said that it cannot be ruled out that there is a direct link between the global epidemic and the coronavirus leak from China's lab. Zheng said he could not believe it when he first read the WHO plan. It was claimed that the coronavirus was leaked due to a violation of the protocol of China's laboratory. He said that some data cannot be shared because it is related to privacy protection.