Coronavirus: WHO experts say ‘clock is ticking’ for follow-up origins research

Scientists from a World Health Organization team investigating the origins of Covid-19 say “the clock is ticking” for their work to continue, amid political controversy and stalemate at a meeting of the UN body’s member states this week.Three members of the WHO-backed team that took part in a scientific mission to China earlier this year have expressed frustration that the next phase of research has yet to begin.“There’s such a huge amount of work we could do, but if we don’t get on with it as…

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