World Health Organization Examines Approach to Global Corona Crisis
The World Health Organization (WHO) will investigate the approach to the global corona crisis.
The WHO is setting up an independent panel to monitor how the international organization dealt with the pandemic. Governments’ responses are also being considered.
Former New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark and former Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf will lead the panel. They are going to choose the members.
“This is a time for self-reflection,” said WHO boss Tedros. WHO member states had already unanimously called for an assessment of the global response to the pandemic in May.
Because the WHO would have failed, the United States already decided to leave the organization. US President Trump is very dissatisfied with the way the WHO handled the corona outbreak.
The organization would have responded too late and informed the world too late about the dangers.