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China should allow scientists, doctors to investigate COVID, reiterates US

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China should allow scientists, doctors to investigate COVID, reiterates US

China should allow scientists, doctors to investigate COVID, reiterates US

The United States has reiterated its call urging China to allow scientists and doctors to investigate the origins of COVID-19, the pandemic which emerged from China.

"There are global challenges in Asia where CCP broke their promises... COVID, that we are all dealing with, emanated from China.

We continue to call on them to be transparent and open to allow scientists and doctors to investigate," said Morgan Ortagus, Spokesperson, US State Department.


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