The World Health Organization (WHO) is expected to release a report on the origin of the corona virus in China this week. AP News has now published some details about this.

Corona virus – second year

It has been more than a year since Chinese officials reported a new, fast-spreading virus to the WHO. Since then, there has been hardly a person in the world who has not heard the word Covid-19, and more and more people mourn with a relative or friend who has just finished a new illness, while in weeks reserves have plummeted and our entire lives have been rewritten by an epidemic. Now, vaccinations are complete, which not only raises a lot of questions of hope, but at the same time threatens another mutation, not just stopping the virus. Details of this fight can be found in our series of articles.

The WHO-China joint report on the transmission of the new corona virus (SARS-CoV-2) to humans underscores the alleged role of an intermediate species, from Andhra The news agency released the details on Monday. A recent report states that four versions may have been the cause of the outbreak, although one says the virus was released from a laboratory. Chinese officials have previously strongly denied that the virus may have come from the Wuhan Institute of Virology laboratory.

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Most often, the report assumes that the virus is transmitted from human to human through an intermediate species, following which it transmits directly from human to human – and does not take into account the possibility of foodborne infection.

In the later stages of the epidemic, research shows that although Beijing has repeatedly reported that many of its citizens are affected by contact with imported frozen foods, such infections are unlikely to become an epidemic.

The Andhra The study, approached by the news agency through an unnamed diplomat from a Geneva-based World Health Organization member country, did not answer many questions, but to date fully explains the results of the research.

The release of the study, which casts doubt on the sincerity of the Chinese party, has been postponed several times, but translation work and data verification are ongoing, and the material will be released in a few days, WHO staff member Peter Emberek said Friday.

Peter Embraek led a WHO delegation to Wuhan in central China, which became known as the first focal point of the epidemic in January, with its wholesale market being the first epidemic.

The report, which will be released this week, is largely based on investigations in Wuhan, but says it is not possible to say with absolute certainty the role of the Wuhan market in infections or how the infection entered the market.

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