A panel initiated by the World Health Organisation but operating independently will investigate how the world responded to the Covid-19 pandemic. Its final report is expected in May. Photo: Reuters A panel initiated by the World Health Organisation but operating independently will investigate how the world responded to the Covid-19 pandemic. Its final report is expected in May. Photo: Reuters
A panel initiated by the World Health Organisation but operating independently will investigate how the world responded to the Covid-19 pandemic. Its final report is expected in May. Photo: Reuters

Coronavirus: investigation starts into what went right and wrong in Covid-19 response

  • Independent panel of 13 includes former leaders and health experts to look into how the world reacted during the pandemic
  • Inquiry leaders say they will have access to WHO internal emails and documents throughout evaluation

Topic |   World Health Organization
A panel initiated by the World Health Organisation but operating independently will investigate how the world responded to the Covid-19 pandemic. Its final report is expected in May. Photo: Reuters A panel initiated by the World Health Organisation but operating independently will investigate how the world responded to the Covid-19 pandemic. Its final report is expected in May. Photo: Reuters
A panel initiated by the World Health Organisation but operating independently will investigate how the world responded to the Covid-19 pandemic. Its final report is expected in May. Photo: Reuters
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