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GENEVA, Switzerland – World Health Organization member states agreed Tuesday, May 19, to an independent probe into the UN agency's COVID-19 response as US criticism mounted over its handling of the pandemic.
Countries taking part in the WHO's annual assembly, held virtually for the first time, adopted a resolution by consensus calling for an "impartial, independent and comprehensive evaluation" of the international response to the crisis, including a probe of WHO actions and "their timelines pertaining to the COVID-19 pandemic."
More to follow. – Rappler.com