U.S. National Security Adviser: China Has Not Shared ‘Sufficient’ Data For WHO Coronavirus Origin Report

White House National Security Adviser @JakeJSullivan tells @margbrennan that @WHO and #China “should both step up,” on the international investigation into the origins of the #Covid19 pandemic. pic.twitter.com/evqoOFmTNV

— Face The Nation (@FaceTheNation) February 21, 2021

The Hill: National security adviser: China has not made 'sufficient original data' available on virus spread
White House national security adviser Jake Sullivan said Sunday that Chinese officials have not made “sufficient original data” available on the domestic and international spread of the coronavirus.
“We do not believe China has made available sufficient original data into how this pandemic began to spread both in China and then eventually around the world,” Sullivan said on CBS’ “Face the Nation” Sunday, noting that the U.S. still has questions in response to a forthcoming WHO report on the virus’ origins.
Update #1: China has not shared ‘sufficient’ data for WHO coronavirus origin report: National Security Advisor (FOX News). Update #2: White House: China And WHO Need To 'Step Up' On Investigation Into Origin Of Pandemic (NPR)
WNU Editor: Absent any pressure. China is going to do nothing.Original Article

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