NYT Admits WHO’s Stand on Pandemic Border Closings Was Based on Politics

The World Health Organization’s stance not to close borders to stop the spread of COVID-19 was based on politics and economics, not science, an investigation by The New York Times has found. The WHO steadfastly insisted from the start of the pandemic that closing borders not only wouldn’t help, but would stigmatize the Chinese people. Later, New York City figured out that the city’s rapid rise in cases was due to the influx of European travelers. But still, the WHO refused to...

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