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    WHO official website "Taiwan" was disappeared, Taiwan public health experts questioned political manipulation


    2020-04-18The Wuhan pneumonia epidemic is global, and the WHO has isolated Taiwan and the world is obvious to all. According to a report by Taiwan ’s Central News Agency on Saturday (April 18), Taiwan ’s public security expert Zhan Changquan recently discovered that the word “Taiwan” was “disappeared” on the WHO official website, questioning the WHO ’s political manipulation.

    Zhan Changquan told the WebMD reporter on Saturday that whenever the World Health Organization (WHO) holds a press conference, the content and highlights of the news released on the day will be published on the website. WHO officials recently mentioned Taiwan in the press conference, but searched for Taiwan on the WHO official website. However, there is no information about the recent press conference, only the relevant information about the outbreak of SARS in 2003.

    Zhan Changquan said that in the past, WHO used Taiwan (China), ChineseTaipei (Chinese Taipei) and other names when dealing with text rela...
    https://www.rfa.org/mandarin/Xinwen/...020113208.html

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    I looked. If you search Taiwan at the W.H.O. site this is what you get:


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    and the page continues with very old references.

    Also, Taiwan is not listed as a separate country in the W.H.O. list of countries.


    https://www.who.int/search?query=tai...pe.filter=html



    Do we really need this right now? During a pandemic?

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    • #3
      Why is Taiwan deciding to start politicizing the fact the nations of the UN did not recognise them as nation state 50 years ago in the middle of a pandemic? Until the WHO stopped breaking down the China data by province in its Sit-Reps Taiwan's count showed as 'Taipei and environs'. Palestine is in the same boat and their data shows as 'occupied Palestinian territories'. Israel has tested about 2% of their population but in the occupied areas this is 0.3%

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