The WHO was not tipped off for another 16 days after Taiwan raised the alarm
By IAN BIRRELL
FOR THE MAIL ON SUNDAY
One of the world’s top epidemiologists admits he first heard about the pandemic outbreak in Wuhan more than two weeks before it was disclosed to global health bodies.
The revelation by Ian Lipkin, a professor at Columbia University honoured by China for work on the first Sars epidemic earlier this century, undermines the official Beijing narrative on the origins.
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