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WHO coronavirus mission member: ‘Don’t rely’ on US virus intelligence

By DW
10 February 2021   |   12:44 pm
The World Health Organization mission in Wuhan ended without finding the source of the coronavirus, prompting criticism from Washington. But experts have found new lines of inquiry, including some proposed by China.

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