World Health Organization
It’s like searching for a needle among countless haystacks.
Hundreds of scientists are urging the World Health Organization to take airborne transmission seriously, saying tiny particles can spread coronavirus, not just big droplets.
First of all, it's important to know the difference between "asymptomatic" and "pre-symptomatic."
Of course, it's about China.
This came on the same day Trump “just finished” dosing himself with the controversial drug for two weeks.
Meanwhile, China has pledged $2 billion to the organization, and experts warn the tension between the two nations could start a new Cold War.
And Beijing is signaling it will block a global investigation into how the pandemic began.
The WHO and Dr. Anthony Fauci have both poured cold water on the conspiracy theory Trump and Mike Pompeo are spreading.
Trump and the Senate GOP ignored the World Health Organization. Then came the new coronavirus pandemic.
The death toll spiked by 1,290, but Beijing says there's nothing to see here.
In those 6 days, tens of thousands of people gathered for a banquet in Wuhan, and China saw 3,000 new infections.