US National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan said WHO’s report on the Covid-19 outbreak must be ‘free from intervention or alteration by the Chinese government’. Photo: EPA-EFE US National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan said WHO’s report on the Covid-19 outbreak must be ‘free from intervention or alteration by the Chinese government’. Photo: EPA-EFE
US National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan said WHO’s report on the Covid-19 outbreak must be ‘free from intervention or alteration by the Chinese government’. Photo: EPA-EFE

White House cites ‘deep concerns’ about WHO report on Covid-19, demands early data from China

  • National security adviser expresses concern about possible interference by Chinese government
  • Latest sign that the new administration remains distrustful of Beijing

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
US National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan said WHO’s report on the Covid-19 outbreak must be ‘free from intervention or alteration by the Chinese government’. Photo: EPA-EFE US National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan said WHO’s report on the Covid-19 outbreak must be ‘free from intervention or alteration by the Chinese government’. Photo: EPA-EFE
US National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan said WHO’s report on the Covid-19 outbreak must be ‘free from intervention or alteration by the Chinese government’. Photo: EPA-EFE
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