WHO chief travels to China over coronavirus outbreak


The World Health Organization wants to understand the latest developments and strengthen the partnership with China on the issue of coronavirus.

The head of the World Health Organization Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus went to China in connection with an outbreak of pneumonia of a new type, Interfax reports.

“I am on my way to China to meet with the government and health experts involved in responding to the coronavirus outbreak,” he tweeted.

According to him, WHO wants to strengthen the partnership with China in this matter.” “I don’t think so,” he said.

On Sunday, China said the death toll from the virus had risen to 56 and 1,975 had been infected.

There have been no cases of coronavirus infection in Ukraine as of 26 January.

A third case of the new coronavirus has been confirmed in the United States of America.

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