China agrees to invite WHO expert after he found negative in second COVID-19 test

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    China has agreed to invite an expert of the World Health Organization (WHO) COVID-19 research team to come to China after the expert tested negative in a new round of COVID-19 antibodies test, said the Chinese Foreign Ministry on Friday. The British expert was one of the two WHO team members who did not board a flight to China after they tested positive for IgM antibodies in Singapore on Thursday. A group of 13 scientists from the WHO arrived in Wuhan on the day to cooperate with their Chinese peers in researching the potential origin of the novel coronavirus. #WHO #China #Coronavirus

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