El doble rasero de los medios en la crisis del coronavirus

#101 Peor, el gobierno chino influye el las decisiones de la OMS, y si la OMS dice algo que no gusta al gobierno chino, pues deja de cooperar.


“We were deceived,” said Lawrence Gostin, a professor of global health law at Georgetown University who also provides technical assistance to the WHO.
“Myself and other public health experts, based on what the World Health Organization and China were saying, reassured the public that this was not serious, that we could bring this under control,” he continued.
“We were,” he added, “giving a false sense of assurance.”