Latin American health chief says 'hopes' to continue working with U.S.
Tuesday, 19 May 2020
The head of the Pan American Health Organization, Carissa Etienne, said on Tuesday that the World Health Organization-affiliated body "hopes" to continue working with the U.S. government, after President Donald Trump threatened on Monday to end U.S. funding to the WHO.
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