Communist China stops even WHO inspectors from researching of the origins of Wuhan virus.
FACT: Communist China has refused repeated requests by the World Health Organisation to take part in investigations into the origins of Wuhan virus, the WHO representative in Beijing stated.
EXPLANATION: We know that some national investigation is happening but at this stage we have not been invited to join," Dr Gauden Galea stated. "WHO is making requests of the health commission and of the authorities," he said.
Asked by the media whether there was a good reason not to include the WHO, Dr Galea replied: "From our point of view, no."
OPINION: "The origins of virus are very important, the animal-human interface is extremely important and needs to be studied. The priority is we need to know as much as possible to prevent the reoccurrence."
BACKGROUND: The Australian government has said that an independent public enquiry should be held into the origins of Wuhan virus, a measure EU countries are reportedly considering publicly endorsing. A number of countries have already expressed the support for Australia.
All of Universities in Communist China are connected to Chinese Communist Party (a Chinese Communist Party structure of power overrides the civilian authorities in every institution like University, or the research and development one (laboratory)).