Taiwan reveals email, blasts WHO for possible 'dereliction of duty'
Taipei, April 11 (CNA) Following the World Health Organization's (WHO's) rejection of Taiwan's claims that it had warned the global health body that the novel coronavirus may be transmitted from human to human, Taiwan's government on Saturday revealed the contents of the disputed Dec. 31 email, which didn't actually specify "human-to-human" transmission.
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