Lancet commission sharply critiques WHO and governments over their Covid response
Lack of timely notification of the Covid-19 outbreak, delays in acknowledging airborne transmission, and a lack of coordination between governments have emerged as some of the leading reasons behind the millions of Covid-19 deaths, according to the Lancet Covid-19 Commission report.
The commissioners called the deaths of over 6.9 million people due to Covid-19 a profound tragedy and a massive global failure.
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