German Intelligence Reveals China Worked In Cahoots With WHO To Cover Up COVID-19. The World Health Organization worked in cahoots with the People’s Republic of China to cover up critical information regarding Coronavirus human to human transmission, BND – Germany’s federal intelligence service has gathered.
Had the information be released to the world sooner, it would have reduced the spread of the disease by as much as 95%, for it would have given the world three to six weeks of additional preparation for the pandemic, the University of Southhampton further concludes. The German intelligence service, BND gathered the Chinese president Xi met and conspired with the WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus on the 21st of January 2020 whereupon the former requested the information on the human to human transmission of the virus be withheld as it would have caused “unnecessary panic”.
german intelligence reveals china & who covered up Covid-19. As a result, the World Health Organization delayed declaring Coronavirus as a global pandemic, German magazine Der Spiegel reports. WHO Director-General Tedros is therefore not fit to lead the organization, White House and German Intelligence allege. The virus was first diagnosed in the Chinese city of Wuhan in early January 2020. The current Wuhan death toll is barely at 3500, while so many cities in the world are reeling over the extreme hit of the pandemic.
Last month, Trump’s administrations sparked a worldwide outrage against China’s handling of the virus after the US intelligence gathered China appeared to have window-dressed the true scale of the pandemic. And therefore, it should face consequences in case it was found guilty and “knowingly responsible” for the outbreak of the coronavirus.
The developments from the German intelligence cement global rising sentiments that China should be financially accountable for its poor handling of the pandemic that has ravaged the economy globally.
Angela Merkel’s government is said to have issued Beijing a $130billion invoice it owes to Berlin over the impacts the virus had on that country.