United States Secretary of State Mike Pompeo held China accused for hiding facts regarding Coronavirus from all over the world, which ultimately cause the rapid spread of Coronavirus around world.
“We really need the Chinese government to open up. They say they want to cooperate. One of the best ways they could find to cooperate would be to let the world in, to let the world scientists know exactly how this came to being and exactly how this virus began to spread.” Mike Pompeo said to Fox News.
“The leadership there knew about the virus before they took the public writ large. That’s dangerous. A lot of cases, a lot of movement, a lot of travel around the world before the Chinese Communist Party came about what really transpired there. These are the kind of things that open government democracies don’t do. It’s why there is such risk associated with the absence of transparency.” He added.
As far as many reports claiming the first Coronavirus case appeared in China on 17 November 2019, but China hide the gravity of the virus from the world for almost 2 months. China even didn’t enforce any travel restrictions on Chinese citizens from traveling international destinations.
The leadership of China also accused for hiding and fabricating facts on Coronavirus, the whole world is still not sure about the source of the virus.
Yesterday, Talking to the media, US President Donald Trump said, US has been conducting a full-scale investigation into whether the deadly virus “escaped” from the Wuhan Lab.
“A lot of strange things are happening, but there is a lot of investigation going on and we are going to find out, All I can say is wherever it came from, came from China in whatever form, 184 countries now are suffering because of it.” He added.
Intelligence agency started the investigation on the coronavirus case and we have wait untill the final report come.
While on the other hand, Chinese authorities has denied the accusations for covering up the extent of coronavirus outbreak and accused the US of attempting to divert the public attention by insinuating that the virus originated from a Wuhan lab.