Placeholder Image

Subtitles section Play video

  • Wuhan residents on Saturday welcomed an upcoming visit from the World Health Organization to investigate the origins off the coronavirus pandemic, more than a year after the first identified cluster of infections was linked to a seafood market in the Chinese city.

  • An international team of investigators is expected to travel to China in January to examine evidence collected by Chinese researchers and to build on their initial studies.

  • Beijing has strongly opposed calls for an international inquiry into the origins of the coronavirus, but said it had been open toe a W H O led investigation.

  • Locals welcome to the visits, saying that they hoped it would help clarify the origins of the disease, which has infected more than 84 million people across the world.

  • E think generally it is a good thing.

  • After all, we're not afraid of the investigation.

  • If they find out that the virus originated from Wuhan, we won't cover it up or if they find out it does not originate from here.

  • We have indicated e.

  • China still tightly restricts access to locations like the one on seafood markets, which stands NTN locks.

  • Despite normal life having largely resumed in Wuhan, Beijing has also been pushing a narrative that the virus existed abroad before it was found in Wuhan and, unlike other countries sites frozen food packaging as a risk of spreading covert 19.

Wuhan residents on Saturday welcomed an upcoming visit from the World Health Organization to investigate the origins off the coronavirus pandemic, more than a year after the first identified cluster of infections was linked to a seafood market in the Chinese city.

Subtitles and vocabulary

Operation of videos Adjust the video here to display the subtitles

B1 wuhan investigation seafood beijing chinese china

Wuhan residents welcome WHO-led investigation

  • 2 0
    林宜悉 posted on 2021/01/02
Video vocabulary