Geneva — Health ministers from around the world are expected to call for an independent evaluation of the World Health Organisation’s (WHO’s) handling of the Covid-19 pandemic during a WHO meeting on Monday.

Though they have opposing views of the WHO’s performance, China and the US are likely to join the consensus for an independent evaluation during a virtual meeting of the World Health Assembly, the WHO's decision-making body, diplomats said...

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