“I made mistakes” … a new blow from a famous WHO expert


“I made mistakes.” In that phrase, the American expert and director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, Anthony Fawcci, described the World Health Organization’s response to the pandemic that had spread around the world months ago, afflicting more than 13 million people.

There is no doubt that this endorsement by Fuchi comes to support many of the criticisms made in the past by US President Donald Trump, before announcing his country’s withdrawal from the organization and stopping the contribution to its financing.

It also strengthens the step that started a few days ago in order to form a UN committee to investigate how the organization addresses the Corona crisis, after several international calls were made in this direction.

Several criticisms

The world body has come under criticism for its guidance on the coronavirus, and how to deal with it, as well as accusing the US administration of adopting the Chinese view of this thorny health issue.

However, the distinguished American expert expressed at the same time his hope that his country’s relationship with the organization would improve, stressing that the world needs it. He said during an online seminar at Georgetown University: “It is an incomplete organization. They have made mistakes, but I also look at the mistakes that have been corrected.”

Moreover, he confirmed the presence of good people in the international organization, noting that he had worked closely with the organization for 40 years.

It is noteworthy that the world organization has gone through for months at the most critical stage in its history, in light of shaking confidence in the way it managed the Corona crisis, amid many accusations of it “collusion” with China.

Fidget behind the scenes

Throughout January, the organization worked to praise what it described as the rapid response of the Chinese authorities after the emergence of the emerging virus. She repeatedly thanked the Beijing government for sharing the genetic map of the virus “immediately”, saying “the country’s work and commitment to transparency are very impressive.”

However, according to the Associated Press, documents later revealed that behind the scenes, officials of the organization bored over China’s deliberate delay in providing information about Corona.

China has waited more than a week to publish the genetic map or virus genome, despite the success of three of its government laboratories to fully decode the information. Dozens of interviews conducted by the US agency and internal documents also revealed that blame is being placed on tight monitoring of information and competition within the Chinese health system.

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