Al Jazeera  |  September 22, 2019

“WHO, almost to a fault, is very reluctant to call out countries and name them in a critical way,” Lawrence Gostin, faculty director at US-based Georgetown university’s O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law, told Al Jazeera.

“The fact that they have done it in relation to Tanzania is an indication both of how worried they are about the outbreak and the violation of legal and ethical norms the Tanzanian government has committed by refusing to cooperate with WHO,” Gostin added.

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