World Health Organization (WHO) investigation team says they not to release an interim report on the Wuhan coronavirus mission.
In addition, a team of international researchers has applied for a new report.
The full investigation report will be published in the next few weeks, said Tarik Jasarevic, a spokesman for the World Health Organization in Geneva.
However, it is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. In late 2019, the first coronavirus was detected in the human body in Wuhan, China.
China initially refused to provide the team with basic information about the early Covid-19 infection. Dominic Drew, a researcher with the team, complained last month that China’s non-cooperation was delaying the understanding of how the Coronavirus epidemic began.
The probe was delayed due to tensions between Beijing and Washington. Washington alleges China hid early epidemic data. Washington also criticized the terms of the investigation team’s visit to China.
The international investigation team visited China last January and conducted research there for four weeks. But they were not allowed to speak to members of the local community. In addition, 14 days had to be spent in quarantine.
The World Health Organization (WHO) is considering all aspects of the origin of coronavirus. The head of the agency, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus made the remarks at a news conference in Geneva in February.
A WHO team went to a laboratory in Wuhan, China, to investigate the origin of the coronavirus. The press conference was held after the team returned after the investigation. Tedros was accompanied by Peter Ben Embarek, who led the investigation team in Wuhan.
At the press conference, Tedros said, “The research team has carried out very important scientific experiments in difficult situations.
Questions have been raised about the omission of some ideas. I have spoken to some members of the investigation team. I assure you that all ideas are being kept open. More analysis and research are needed on these.
The Coronavirus disaster originated in the Chinese city of Wuhan. On December 31, 2019, Chinese authorities reported that 27 people had contracted “viral pneumonia.” On January 8, officials in the country identified it as a new virus.
On February 11, the World Health Organization (WHO) named the virus NCOV-2019 (Covid-19). After the virus spread, patients flocked to hospitals.
Experts believe that the source of the coronavirus is bats. The virus then enters the human body through other animals.