The Washington Post  |  July 22, 2021

If China continues to limit — or outright blocks — outside investigators, the world will have little recourse, said Mara Pillinger, a senior associate in global health policy and governance at Georgetown University’s O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law.

“Without Chinese cooperation, WHO’s hands are tied, international hands are tied, and our ability to identify the origins of the virus will be much reduced.”

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