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WHO Reveals That COVID-19 Is Of Natural Origin

The World Health Organization says that the SARS-CoV-2 virus that causes the global COVID-19 pandemic is of natural origin. At the same time, it is important to identify the natural host of the virus.    

Michael J. Ryan, executive director of the World Health Organization's Emergency Program of Health (WHO), on May 1, announced at a press conference that the new strain of corona virus had a completely natural origin.

This assertion comes when many sources believe that a laboratory at the Wuhan Virus Research Institute in China is the origin of this strain, as well as what action the organization has taken to determine the true origin of the disease.

Ryan said that:
"WHO has listened to many scientists, people who study the consequences and this strain of the virus, we are sure that the virus is of natural origin. It is important that we identify the object, the natural owner of this strain.”
Mr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesu - Director General of the World Health Organization (WHO) on May 1 declared that the COVID-19 acute respiratory infection is still;
 "An urgent public health condition of international concern.”
Three months after declaring a state of emergency, the WHO leader said the epidemic was still an urgent public health condition that caused international concern as the disease spread more and more widely in systematic countries.

Mr Tedros expressed deep concern about the potential effects of the epidemic as the disease begins to increase rapidly in countries with weaker health systems. As we have been clear from the beginning, they I will continue to call on countries to implement a comprehensive package of measures to detect, quarantine, test and treat all cases and trace all contacts.

The WHO leader said the organization:
“Would continue to work with countries and partners to allow essential travel necessary for pandemic response, humanitarian relief and cargo transportation."
As a result, passengers can travel to the airport, as well as to enable the countries to resume normal passenger transportation.

The WHO Director General also said the Emergency Committee will be re-convened within three months. The third meeting of the Emergency Committee regarding the COVID-19 pandemic was held on April 30.

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