MISSING PATIENT ZERO ON WHO REPORT
Press Release: For Immediate Release
WHAT: Questions for World Health Organization (WHO) on Wuhan Coronavirus
What happened to Patient Zero on WHO report
WHY: Lancet Medical Journal authored by 29 medical researchers in China
WHO-China joint mission report
QUESTION TO WHO:
Why is Patient Zero from Lancet report missing from WHO report?
ANALYSIS OF THE TWO REPORTS
Comparing the graph from the Lancet and the WHO-China joint mission report.
The first patient on the Lancet report was dated Dec 1, 2019 as shown on the graph on the left.
The first patient on the WHO-China Joint Mission Report was 12/2 as shown on the graph on the right.
The graph from the right was embedded in the WHO graph below.
Question to WHO: Why did WHO-China joint mission report left out Patient Zero of the Lancet Report?
The Lancet report shows that the Patient Zero on Dec 1, 2019 has no exposure to the Huanan seafood market.
Not until Dec 10, 2019 did the Lancet report identifies a patient was exposed at the Huanan seafood market.
The WHO-China joint mission report did not address that issue adequately.
The WHO-China mission visited China for 15 days from February 10 to February 24, 2020 but only select members went to Wuhan on February 22 and left Wuhan on the 23rd.
The majority of the time by the mission was spent in Beijing, Shenzhen, Guangzhou, Chengdu.
Question to WHO: Why did the WHO-China joint mission team spend so little time in Wuhan?
Ann Lau, 310-433-0697