Facts Tell: Did China ‘stall’ critical COVID-19 information at the outbreak’s start?

CGTN published this video item, entitled “Facts Tell: Did China ‘stall’ critical COVID-19 information at the outbreak’s start?” – below is their description.

For more: https://news.cgtn.com/news/2020-11-10/Did-China-stall-critical-COVID-19-details-at-the-outbreak-s-start–Vjr2HQmh7q/index.html Since the beginning of the COVID-19 #outbreak, accusations claiming that the Chinese government covered up critical #information about the outbreak in its initial stage have not stopped. However, a New York-based media watch group, FAIR, recently analyzed #media outlets’ narrative on China’s release of #COVID-19 information. They claim China didn’t “#stall” critical information at the beginning of the outbreak and that many media outlets are biased.

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