Angela Merkel usually doesn't make hasty conclusions, but this time she suspects China is obscuring the reality.
A bag of country leaders has been torn around the world who are increasingly suspicious of concealing China.
Last week, US President Donald Trump started the challenges to Asia, followed by French leader Emmanuel Macron and eventually joined by German Chancellor Angela Merkel, according to NDTV.
The suspicion series only intensified after the authorities in Wuhan, where the outbreak broke, increased the official death rate by nearly 50 percent after a few weeks of denial. Merkel therefore told reporters in Berlin that she was urging the Chinese government to be as transparent as possible and to explain the origin and extent of the disease.
Merkel demands that China clarify in particular the initial few weeks of the spread of the disease, because the whole world, not just the Asian country, could benefit from it. "I believe that the more transparent China is about the origin of the virus, the better it will be for everyone in the world to learn from it," the chancellor said.
Conspiracy theories, currently supported by several world governments and even reports sent by US officials in China months before the outbreak, suggest that inadequate security measures in a Wuhan virus research laboratory may have caused the disease to spread to workers and spread in or around the area. of the aforementioned wet markets selling live wild animals.
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