A woman wearing a face mask walks on a street in Wuhan, on April 2. The central Chinese city reopened on March 28 after more than two months of near-total isolation for its population of 11 million. Photo: AFP A woman wearing a face mask walks on a street in Wuhan, on April 2. The central Chinese city reopened on March 28 after more than two months of near-total isolation for its population of 11 million. Photo: AFP
A woman wearing a face mask walks on a street in Wuhan, on April 2. The central Chinese city reopened on March 28 after more than two months of near-total isolation for its population of 11 million. Photo: AFP

Letters | Coronavirus: WHO has played by the book, there was no China factor in its recommendations

  • Not associating Wuhan with the virus in the naming of Covid-19 follows WHO best practice for naming diseases
  • Likewise, its travel recommendations are also consistent with its own guidelines, and in no way favour China

Topic |   World Health Organization
A woman wearing a face mask walks on a street in Wuhan, on April 2. The central Chinese city reopened on March 28 after more than two months of near-total isolation for its population of 11 million. Photo: AFP A woman wearing a face mask walks on a street in Wuhan, on April 2. The central Chinese city reopened on March 28 after more than two months of near-total isolation for its population of 11 million. Photo: AFP
A woman wearing a face mask walks on a street in Wuhan, on April 2. The central Chinese city reopened on March 28 after more than two months of near-total isolation for its population of 11 million. Photo: AFP
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