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    It's not over yet! WHO sets up new team to investigate COVID-19, but it could be your

    The World Healthดาวน์โหลด slotxoOrganization (WHO) said Wednesday that a newly formed advisory panel on dangerous pathogens could be "Last chance" to sum up the origin of the coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 causing coronavirus-19 and urged China to provide information on the case of infection in the early stages of the epidemic

    The first human case of COVID-19 was found in Wuhan in central China. However, in December 2019, Beijing has always denied conspiracy theories. that the virus may have escaped one of their research labs. and told me not to go to the area to check again

    at the beginning of last year A panel of experts led by the World Health Organization together with Chinese scientists He spent four weeks in and around Wuhan and said in a joint report in March that The virus may be transmitted from bats to humans through other animals. But more research is needed.

    Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, WHO director-general, said the investigation had been blocked. The investigation team lacked raw data during the first day of the outbreak. and call lab tests

    On Wednesday, the World Health Organization appointed a panel of 26 experts, the Scientific Advisory Group on the Origin of New Pathogens (SAGO), to investigate the origin of the disease. SARS-CoV-coronavirus 2 has caused the symptoms of COVID-19 that have spread worldwide since last year.

    Among them, Marian Kupmans, Thea Fischer, Hung Nguyen and Yang Yungui were among the joint investigations in Wuhan.

    Maria van Kirkhof, Chief Technical Officer of the World Health Organization. The response to COVID-19 shows hope that China will cooperate in international missions led by the World Health Organization. to check the origin of the corona virus again

    She said at a press conference that “Almost 40 studies are still ongoing. to deduce how the virus is spread from animals to humans,” he added. “China's report on citizen antibody test results in Wuhan in 2019 is of utmost importance. to understand the origin of the virus.”

    The World Health Organization said details of the investigation of the earliest suspected case in China before December 2019 were still needed. This includes analysis of Wuhan blood samples collected since 2019 and a retrospective look at hospitalizations and hospitalizations. died in the first

    Mike Ryan, executive director of WHO's emergency programs, said the new advisory panel could be the last chance to deduce the origins of SARS-CoV-2, the "virus that has stopped our entire planet."

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    China Tests Blood Samples to Determine Virus Origins

    China seeks to determine COVID-19 origins by testing 200,000 blood samples stored in Wuhan

    China's National Health Commission is reportedly undertaking a massive blood analysis project on the 200,000 blood stores taken from patients in Wuhan before the pandemic started, with the goal to finally determine where the disease started and how. The samples, which were supposedly collected in 2019, are stored at the Wuhan Blood Center. Wuhan is the Chinese city where the SARS-CoV-2 virus was reported to have first affected humans on December 8, 2019.

    The scope of the test is massive, and some industry specialists recommend that the study be brought to Geneva or any other neutral location so that the World Health Organization can also take part in the activities. However, while the effort was welcomed by many who are eager to find out the true origins of the virus, some expressed concern on the reliability of the blood samples and whether or not these are truly representative of the beginnings of the pandemic.

    According to Liang Wannian, head of the Chinese team of scientists working on the project, it could be possible that the first human infection did not happen on December 8 but much earlier.

    The study has not begun as of this writing as the scientists are still waiting on the two-year expiry period for the samples to be kept in the Wuhan Blood Bank before they can take action. The two-year retention period ends in October or November this year.
    Some applications are only designed to send appointment reminders and other basic text messages to patients, but they don’t offer encrypted HIPAA-compliant texting for PHI or internal staff messaging features.

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