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WHO Officials Say They Gave Sufficient Warning Before Pandemic Was Declared

The WHO Director-General declared COVID-19 a public health emergency of international concern as soon as he was legally allowed to do so. Countries waiting on a pandemic declaration may have wasted precious time.

WHO Officials Say They Gave Sufficient Warning Before Pandemic Was Declared
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