The logo and building of the World Health Organisation in Geneva. US President Donald Trump has instructed his administration to halt funding to the WHO. Photo: EPA-EFE The logo and building of the World Health Organisation in Geneva. US President Donald Trump has instructed his administration to halt funding to the WHO. Photo: EPA-EFE
The logo and building of the World Health Organisation in Geneva. US President Donald Trump has instructed his administration to halt funding to the WHO. Photo: EPA-EFE
David Dodwell
Opinion

Opinion

Inside Out by David Dodwell

The hard truth about the global coronavirus pandemic: it can’t be fought off by countries working alone

  • Scientists around the world are working together on Covid-19 research and possible vaccines
  • But they can’t by themselves bring the crisis under control, when the world’s leaders are blaming one another instead of strengthening multilateral cooperation

The logo and building of the World Health Organisation in Geneva. US President Donald Trump has instructed his administration to halt funding to the WHO. Photo: EPA-EFE The logo and building of the World Health Organisation in Geneva. US President Donald Trump has instructed his administration to halt funding to the WHO. Photo: EPA-EFE
The logo and building of the World Health Organisation in Geneva. US President Donald Trump has instructed his administration to halt funding to the WHO. Photo: EPA-EFE
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