WHO scraps plan for interim report on Wuhan mission
The Philippine Star|March 06, 2021
GENEVA (AFP) – The World Health Organization has scrapped plans for a team that visited Wuhan, China to probe the origins of the coronavirus pandemic to issue an interim report, The Wall Street Journal reported late Thursday.

Wuhan is the city where the pandemic is believed to have originated in late 2019.

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