US top doctor Anthony Fauci ‘honoured’ to announce US remaining WHO member after Biden order

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    After initial moves by the Trump administration to leave the World Health Organization, the new US President Joe Biden signed an executive order hours after being sworn in, in order to stay a member of the UN body. US top scientist and advisor for the Covid-19 pandemic Anthony Fauci expressed his relief with the change of stance.

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