WHO official's response to Trump's threat, says, 'It's time not to cut funding'
WHO official's response to Trump's threat, says, 'It's time not to cut funding'

Washington: Coronavirus rising on one side has increased so much now that there is a view of terror everywhere. As of now, the number of people who have died from this virus has exceeded 88000. The fear of this virus is spread among people. Doctors are still searching for treatment to fight this disease. The World Health Organization (WHO) officials have denied the allegations of it being a 'China-centered' institution after US President Donald Trump's threat to stop the fund. Amid the uncontrollable conditions of Coronavirus, many countries have started raising voices against this world institution. Recently, Japan questioned the WHO's view of China. Japan's Deputy Prime Minister Taro Aso said that the World Health Organization (WHO) should be renamed to the Chinese Health Organization.

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After continuing criticisms and Trump's stern stance, Dr. Hans Kluge, the regional director of the World Health Organization, Europe, said that since we are in the acute phase of an epidemic, in such a time it is not time to cut funding. He said that the efforts made by China on the ground in the initial phase of the outbreak were very important.

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Dr. Bruce Ayward, Senior Advisor to the Director General of WHO also defended China. He said that it was very important for Beijing officials to understand the outbreak in Wuhan in early December. It was also necessary to work with Beijing to understand the epidemic that started in Wuhan. In February, Aylward, who led the WHO Expert Mission to China, defended the recommendations of keeping the borders open, saying that China worked very hard to identify and locate the initial cases and their contacts and ensured that such people do not travel. 

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