WHO expert: We talk based on scientific purposes, not political

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Dmitry Lvov, an expert from the World Health Organization (WHO), said in an interview that he truly believes that all virus infections in humans come from animals. He said experts in the field respect each other’s opinions, they have discussions and debates, but the talks are based on scientific purposes, not political. He suggested scientists share information, do research, analyze the results together, tell the truth and publish the results. This is the only way that things will get better.

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