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WHO promises review of COVID-19 response | Power & Politics

The World Health Organization says it will launch an independent evaluation of the global response to the coronavirus pandemic, but Canada’s international development minister says it is not the WHO’s place to question China’s data. She argues that the international organization tasked with global public health is a product of its member states.
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