Controversy rocks COVID-19

The United State Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) believes that  China tried to stop the world Health Organistation (WHO) from raising alarm during the early outbreak of the Coronavirus Disease in China.

As reported by Newsweek, CIA investigation revealed that during a time Beijing was stock-piling medical supplies from around the world, the Chinese Government had threatened the World Health Organisation with withdrawal of supports for Coronavirus investigation, should WHO declare a global emergency on the disease.

Newsweek furthered that it was the second of such Western Intelligence Service report on a Pandemic that has killed more than 280,000 people around the globe of which more than a quarter are Americans, and likely to deepen the difference between the United State of America and the People's Republic of China.

Newsweek noted that the first report was a German intelligence assessment published by Der Spiegel last week which accused Chinese President Xi Jinping of personally applying pressure on WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus on January 21, 2020.

The report indicated that the World Health Organistation refuted the claim that the Chinese President himself intervened but declined to comment on wether the Chinese official attempted to delay or change the announcement of a Public Health Emmergency of International Concen.
We don't comment on specific discussions with member states but we can say that at all times during the pandemic WHO has acted in accordance with its mandate as an evidence-based technical organization focusing on protecting all people, everywhere," WHO spokesperson Christian Lindmeier told Newsweek. "WHO bases its recommendations on science, public health best practices, evidence, data, and the advice of independent experts. 
Dr Tedros did not communicate with President Xi on Jan 20, 21 or 22. Dr Tedros and his senior team met with President Xi in Beijing on Jan. 28," Lindmeier said. "The issue of PHEIC did not come up in that meeting."
 A  United State Lawyer with his team has earlier filed a law suit of  20 Trillion US Dollars against the Chinese Government for silencing the doctors who initially attempted to raise an alarm to the world, and accused the Chinese Military of conspiring with their Government to disinform the world before the global outbreak of the disease. 

Newsweek futher reported that upon the world criticising China of malhandling the outbreak, the World Health Organisation in a statement absolved China of any wrong deed, a comment which infuriated Donald Trump to declare the World Health Organisation body 'China Centric' before stopping its funding in March, 2020.
Let me be clear: This declaration is not a vote of no confidence in China. On the contrary, WHO continues to have confidence in China's capacity to control the outbreak," WHO Director-General Tedros Anhanom said at the time. 
What World Health got away with is unbelievable. They're a pipe organ for China, so I'm going to make a decision very soon," Trump told Republican lawmakers on Friday about the future of the U.S. relationship with the WHO.
In a like development, countries of the world including Taiwan, Japan, New Zealand, Swaziland, Canada, France, Australia and United Kingdom are joining hands with the United State, in a 'Collective Retaliatory' effort, to ensure that China pays for their ill-deeds.

Wionews furthered that while President Donald has ordered Americans to leave China, Japan has set up 2.2 billion dollar fund to pull Japanese Companies from China.
They are calling out China for abusing and violating human rights. The US Senate has approved a bill to sanction China over repression of Uighur Muslims in the country. The bill was backed by lawmakers on both sides. 
Meanwhile, the human rights watch has slammed China for its treatment of Africans. They have released a report this month that talks about discrimination of Africans in China's Guangzhou province, Wionews noted. 
Countries are demanding a ban on Chinese technology under which Huawei is the most common target. 
The United States has already extended its ban on the company for another year and it is pushing other allies to check Chinese tech giants from making inroads.
Madagascar has suffered rivalry with the World Health Organisation over the discovery of 'COVID-19 Organics' a purported cure of Coronavirus Disease.

Madagascarn President, Andry Rajeolina, while defending the herbal drug in an interview with France24 and RFI had wondered if the rejection of the drug was a continental discrimination of its origin.
What if this remedy had been discovered by a European country, instead of Madagascar? Would people doubt it so much? I don't think so.
What is the problem with Covid-Organics, really? Could it be that this product comes from Africa? Could it be that it's not OK for a country like Madagascar, which is the 63rd poorest country in the world... to have come up with (this formula) that can help save the world?" asked Rajoelina, who claims the infusion cures patients within ten days. 
No one will stop us from moving forward – not a country, not an organisation, the president told FRANCE 24's Marc Perelman and RFI's Christophe Boisbouvier. 
The President emphasised that  Madagascar has had 171 confirmed case of Coronavirus infection of which 105 recovered without taking any other remedy except the Madagascarn herbal drug.

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