A staff member checks the temperature of a woman at the emergency department of a hospital in Taipei, Taiwan, on February 2. Taiwan and the WHO have engaged in a war of words over the latter’s handling of the Covid-19 crisis. Photo: EPA-EFE A staff member checks the temperature of a woman at the emergency department of a hospital in Taipei, Taiwan, on February 2. Taiwan and the WHO have engaged in a war of words over the latter’s handling of the Covid-19 crisis. Photo: EPA-EFE
A staff member checks the temperature of a woman at the emergency department of a hospital in Taipei, Taiwan, on February 2. Taiwan and the WHO have engaged in a war of words over the latter’s handling of the Covid-19 crisis. Photo: EPA-EFE

Letters | How to heal the WHO after the coronavirus pandemic? Try the opposite of what Trump did

  • While the World Health Organisation needs an overhaul, cutting off funding is not the answer. Countries could consider increasing their contributions, so the world body is assured of financial stability and need not depend on any particular donor.

Topic |   World Health Organization
A staff member checks the temperature of a woman at the emergency department of a hospital in Taipei, Taiwan, on February 2. Taiwan and the WHO have engaged in a war of words over the latter’s handling of the Covid-19 crisis. Photo: EPA-EFE A staff member checks the temperature of a woman at the emergency department of a hospital in Taipei, Taiwan, on February 2. Taiwan and the WHO have engaged in a war of words over the latter’s handling of the Covid-19 crisis. Photo: EPA-EFE
A staff member checks the temperature of a woman at the emergency department of a hospital in Taipei, Taiwan, on February 2. Taiwan and the WHO have engaged in a war of words over the latter’s handling of the Covid-19 crisis. Photo: EPA-EFE
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