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SYDNEY (Xinhua): A "lab-leak hypothesis" about the origin of Covid-19 is flawed, said Dominic Dwyer, a professor at the University of Sydney, in an article in the Sydney Morning Herald published on Tuesday (June 8).
The United States damaged multilateral cooperation and the World Health Organisation (WHO) in recent years, and should not be "pointing fingers" at China and other countries that supported the WHO during the Covid-19 pandemic, the Chinese Embassy has announced.
SHANGHAI, Feb 13 (Reuters): China refused to give raw data on early Covid-19 cases to a World Health Organization-led team probing the origins of the pandemic, one of the team's investigators said, potentially complicating efforts to understand how the outbreak began.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Authorities in Australia stepped up contact tracing and called for people in the city of Melbourne to come forward for coronavirus testing on Thursday as the number of infections in a cluster linked to a quarantine hotel rose to 11.
WUHAN, China (Reuters) - The head of the World Health Organization-led team in the central Chinese city of Wuhan probing the origins of COVID-19 said on Tuesday that cold chain transmission of the virus is a possibility and warrants further investigation.
WUHAN, China (Reuters) - A year after his death from COVID-19, residents in the Chinese city of Wuhan say they remain grateful to the "whistleblower" doctor who first sounded the alarm about the outbreak before it received official recognition.
WUHAN, China (Reuters) - A member of the World Health Organization-led team visiting the central Chinese city of Wuhan said he has been surprised by the complexity of getting to the origins of the COVID-19 pandemic and that years of research lay ahead.
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MANHATTAN BEACH, California (Reuters) - English-born Major League Soccer forward Dominic Dwyer expects to move closer to a call-up to the United States national team after revealing he will apply for U.S. citizenship next month.
(Reuters) - Steven Gerrard and the Los Angeles Galaxy ended scoring droughts as they defeated FC Dallas 3-2 on Sunday to rise to the top of the Major League Soccer standings. Gerrard delivered his first goal since his MLS debut more than a month ago, a 57th-minute strike that put his side 3-1 up.