An expert panel report and Al Jazeera documentary “3 Days that Stopped the World” show China was slow in taking public health measures and stonewalled journalists in Wuhan, also accusing WHO of a sluggish response at the start of Covid-19 crisis.
Covid-19 has killed more than 433,600 people worldwide since the outbreak started in China last year, according to tracking websites. Here are the developments for June 14:
The latest daily toll was smaller than Saturday's record 793 fatalities but still the second-highest registered during Italy's month-long crisis.
Italy has reported 1,420 deaths since Friday, a grim figure that suggests the pandemic is breaking through the government's various containment and social distancing measures. Here's what's happening on March 21.
Some airline companies have cancelled all China flights, while others only cancelled some flights or routes to prevent further spread of the deadly virus.
The previously unknown virus has set global alarm bells ringing as scientists scramble to map the outbreak and the new strain. Key elements, such as how do you know someone is contagious or the rate of infection, remain vague at best.
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