The head of the World Health Organization said today he ‘regrets’ Donald Trump’s decision to suspend US funding for the agency and called for ‘solidarity’ in tackling the coronavirus pandemic. The WHO’s embattled chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus told a press conference that ‘this is a time for all of us to be united in our common struggle’ as he defended the agency’s handling of the crisis. Tedros said the WHO is ‘fighting the pandemic with every ounce of our soul and spirit’ and will ‘continue to do that until the end’ – but said its management of the disease would be reviewed by member states ‘in due course’. ‘We will continue to work with every country and every partner to serve the people of the world with a relentless commitment to science, solutions and solidarity,’ he said. Trump has suspended $500million in US funding for the WHO after claiming it had ‘accelerated’ the deadly contagion by advising against travel bans in the early days of the epidemic. Speaking at the White House yesterday, Trump accused the WHO of resisting travel bans out of ‘political correctness’ as he boasted of his own decision to cut off travel from China on January 31. … Read full this story
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