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China rejects US charge of lack of transparency in sharing coronavirus info

China on Friday rejected US allegations that it is not transparent enough in sharing the details about the coronavirus outbreak, saying it was working with the international community in an open and highly responsible manner to contain the global crisis. China s comments came after Larry Kudlow, the director of President Donald Trump s Economic Council, said that the US is little disappointed over not being invited in the medical operations and the lack of transparency coming from the Chinese over coronavirus outbreak. Stressing that unanswered questions were mounting and there was no sign of the promised cooperation, Kudlow said: We re more than willing to work with the WHO on this(coronavirus) and they won t let us . I don t know what their motives are. I do know that apparently, more and more people are suffering over there, Kudlow said in Washington. The death toll in China s novel coronavirus outbreak has spiked to nearly 1,500 with 121 new fatalities reported mostly from ...


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