Just two days ago I made a post (above) regarding my suspicions of the WHO over their role with handling information in relation to the novel coronavirus in Saudi Arabia.
I believe that the King of Saudi Arabia is currently unwell and interred in hospital.
With the greatest of respect for him, I sincerely wish His Highness a speedy recovery and a quick return to a happy and healthy life.
I am however compelled to continue with my relevant work here too though.
Having said what I have, there is more information at hand that could implicate the WHO for NOT disseminating highly valuable and essential information on this new coronavirus which is now pointing very heavily to the possibility that by these actions, the WHO could be primarily responsible for the worldwide distribution of this coronavirus because of the presence of millions of Hajj visitors to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and who could easily and unknowingly have vectored this coronavirus out of Saudi Arabia.
Time will tell if this has happened.
In recent times the WHO has suggested that this coronavirus should be tested for, basically worldwide, which clearly points to the fact that they are fully aware of the results of their actions.
Readers are encouraged to follow this link and read all the article.Curious Coronavirus Comments By Saudi Arabia MoH
Recombinomics Commentary 23:55
November 26, 2012
We do trust ProMED-mail's editors and moderators will remember that our Ministry of Health bears ultimate responsibility for managing contagious disease within and even outside our boundaries. We take seriously our responsibilities to our citizens and our guests. This time of year, we assume an enormous responsibility to our Hajj pilgrims visiting Mecca, and then to the world community as our guests return home. We invite our friends and colleagues to stay tuned; we invite ProMED-mail to collaborate with us to balance public health reporting. As of now, the full story has yet to be told.
The above comments are from an October 22, 2012 ProMED letter from Ziad Memish, who is Deputy Minister of Public Health for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) as well as Director WHO Collaborating Center for Mass Gatherings.
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