WHO Director-General Tan Desai (center), in conjunction with the Chinese Communist Party, has frequently misreported the Wuhan outbreak, which has led to a worldwide catastrophe.
The outbreak of the Chinese Communist Party virus in Wuhan, Hubei province, has spread into a global pandemic that has ravaged the world for more than a year, infecting more than 159 million people and killing 3.34 million. The World Health Organization (WHO) independent panel of inquiry revealed that the pandemic could have been avoided, but the opportunity was missed because of the WHO and many governments’ mishandling of the situation.
The independent panel of the World Health Organization (WHO) criticized the WHO and global governments for responding to the pandemic as a “toxic cocktail” and that the WHO should have issued a global state of emergency earlier, and that without significant improvements in the future, the world would still be unable to resist the next possible major disease epidemic.
Former Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, co-chair of the WHO panel, said that the situation people are in today was avoidable and was the result of massive failures, gaps and delays in preparation and response.
The independent panel charged that the WHO emergency committee should have decisively declared the China outbreak an international emergency when it first met on Jan. 22 last year, instead of waiting until Jan. 30, and that countries failed to take appropriate measures to stop the spread of the virus in the month that followed. The United States and Europe, for their part, wasted the entire month of February, only doing something when hospitals were stuffed with patients.
The CCP virus broke out in Wuhan in December 2019, but before mid-January 2020, the CCP falsely claimed three times that the outbreak was preventable and controllable and would not be passed from person to person, thus causing the outbreak to get completely out of control and spread rapidly around the world.
The CCP virus epidemic has now mutated into a much more contagious pandemic that continues to ravage the world. As of May 12, the plague of the century has infected more than 159 million people worldwide and killed more than 3.34 million.
After the outbreak, WHO Director-General Tan Desai, in conjunction with the Chinese Communist Party, frequently misreported the Wuhan epidemic. The British media “BBC” had posted a video on Facebook showing that
When the outbreak broke out in China and several cities in Hubei Province were forced to close their cities on January 23, 2020, Tandezai publicly praised the CCP for sharing information about the outbreak in a timely manner and taking appropriate measures in a timely manner, demonstrating a high degree of transparency.
By January 31, after the outbreak spread throughout China and countries rushed to evacuate and issue travel bans, Tandezai claimed that WHO opposed any travel and trade restrictions against China.
On Feb. 11 and 12, when the outbreak was almost global, Tandezai again said that the spread of the disease outside China could be the tip of the iceberg and that unity in the fight against the virus was needed to ensure that the outbreak did not get out of hand. He also regarded the virus as public enemy number one.
On February 15, at the Munich Security Conference in Germany, Tandse said that the Chinese Communist Party has bought time for the world to prevent and control the epidemic. In one fell swoop, the Chinese Communist Party went from being the birthplace of the virus that scourged the world to being the number one country in the fight against the epidemic.
On Feb. 21, Tan Desai said, “The trend is encouraging as new cases in China continue to decline.” And the number of confirmed cases in each country continues to climb.
And while public opinion questioned whether the WHO should declare the Wuhan pneumonia outbreak a “global pandemic,” Tandse said Feb. 24 that “the use of the word pandemic now is not factual and will certainly cause panic.”
It was not until March 11, in the face of the rising number of infections and deaths worldwide, that Tan finally changed his mind and admitted that Wuhan pneumonia was a “global pandemic. But it was too late, and the plague of the century continues to this day.
In an opinion piece by Li Ping published in the Apple Daily last March, it was said that the WHO’s suppression of the epidemic was as despicable as the Chinese Communist Party’s concealment of the epidemic. There is growing evidence that the Chinese Communist Party concealed the Wuhan pneumonia outbreak for 51 days.
Tandse flew to Beijing on Jan. 28 to meet with Xi Jinping, praising him for his “personal command and deployment, demonstrating excellent leadership. Under Tan’s propaganda, the Chinese Communist Party went from being the culprit in concealing the epidemic and spreading the virus to being a hero and a model in the fight against the epidemic.
On January 30, Tan not only refused to criticize the CCP, but also refused to name the “new coronavirus” after the CCP virus (Wuhan pneumonia), and kept the epidemic at a world epidemic level, declaring the epidemic an international public health emergency, but not recommending the closure of borders and the suspension of trade, which became the basis for the CCP’s accusation that the U.S. and others had withdrawn and closed customs. On February 29, Tandezai declared the outbreak an international public health emergency.
On Feb. 29, Tan said 46 countries had been infected, but that it was still too early to declare a global pandemic.
Li Ping said that Tan’s “professional” judgment and advice have had an understandable impact on the prevention and fight against the epidemic in various countries. If the Chinese Communist Party’s concealment and inaction caused the virus to ravage the world, then Tan’s second-time concealment and inaction caused a worldwide catastrophe.
What is most disgraceful is that Tan Desai was ridiculed as the last person to learn of the pandemic, but when the pandemic was declared a global pandemic, instead of blaming the Chinese Communist Party for the spread of the epidemic and the catastrophe, he called it “the inaction of various countries”.