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“A scoping mission to China is set for ideally this weekend, but logistics we have to make sure we can actually organise it, but we will have an animal health expert and epidemiologist going,” Dr Harris said.

Many specialists consider China’s wet markets – promoting creatures – were the first origin of the pandemic. A WHO team is scheduled to see China this weekend to start investigations. (AFP through Getty Images)

“There will also be the work on the wider enquiry that Australia led the request for, that also will be going on.”

Dr Harris stated the WHO staff will investigate how creatures bunch COVID-19 and also how it’s transferred to people.

WHO officials say it’s essential to comprehend the way the virus passed from wild animals to farm livestock and then to people.

Australia has called for an global inquiry into the roots of this coronavirus that erupted in Wuhan state in China late last year.

WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus states the findings of this assignment is going to be made public. (WHO). (AP)

But Beijing has pushed leading to a significant diplomatic rift with Australia.

WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus stated the group’s findings could be made public.

“WHO will continue to communicate the latest scientific advances to the media and general public as we have them.”

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