Wuhan, where the new coronavirus was first detected, has largely returned to normal but is on heightened alert against a resurgence. A WHO team is in the city to investigate the origins of Covid-19. Photo: AP Wuhan, where the new coronavirus was first detected, has largely returned to normal but is on heightened alert against a resurgence. A WHO team is in the city to investigate the origins of Covid-19. Photo: AP
Wuhan, where the new coronavirus was first detected, has largely returned to normal but is on heightened alert against a resurgence. A WHO team is in the city to investigate the origins of Covid-19. Photo: AP

WHO science sleuths set to start Wuhan investigation into Covid-19 origins

  • Quarantine period in China ends on Thursday and team will begin work on the ground looking at earliest known cases
  • Amid doubts over access, one member reportedly says Chinese scientists have been sharing data that was not previously made public

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Wuhan, where the new coronavirus was first detected, has largely returned to normal but is on heightened alert against a resurgence. A WHO team is in the city to investigate the origins of Covid-19. Photo: AP Wuhan, where the new coronavirus was first detected, has largely returned to normal but is on heightened alert against a resurgence. A WHO team is in the city to investigate the origins of Covid-19. Photo: AP
Wuhan, where the new coronavirus was first detected, has largely returned to normal but is on heightened alert against a resurgence. A WHO team is in the city to investigate the origins of Covid-19. Photo: AP
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