The World Health Organisation’s handling of the pandemic has led some to suggest it is in need of reform. Photo: Reuters The World Health Organisation’s handling of the pandemic has led some to suggest it is in need of reform. Photo: Reuters
The World Health Organisation’s handling of the pandemic has led some to suggest it is in need of reform. Photo: Reuters

WHO still dogged by critics, six months after declaring coronavirus emergency

  • Some argue countries’ ability to respond to the virus was impeded by the WHO being too slow to declare a public health emergency and a pandemic
  • The organisation has also been accused of being too late with its advice about masks and human-to-human transmission

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
The World Health Organisation’s handling of the pandemic has led some to suggest it is in need of reform. Photo: Reuters The World Health Organisation’s handling of the pandemic has led some to suggest it is in need of reform. Photo: Reuters
The World Health Organisation’s handling of the pandemic has led some to suggest it is in need of reform. Photo: Reuters
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