WHO should have 'stopped and shut down' Covid rather than going 'along with the Chinese narrative'

Professor Angus Dalgleish told GB News' Nigel Farage the World Health Organization could have "prevented [Covid] coming to the West"

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A Professor of Oncology has told GB News' Nigel Farage the World Health Organization (WHO) "should have been able to stop and shut down" the Covid pandemic "but went along with the Chinese narrative" rather than halting the infection from coming to the West.

Professor Angus Dalgleish criticised the WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus for being "under the thumb of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP)."

Nigel Farage
Nigel Farage
Professor Angus Dalgleish
Professor Angus Dalgleish

Speaking on the Farage programme, the oncology expert said the WHO Director-General "was instructed not to do things and to look the other way while they got on and dealt with it. It was catastrophic."

The Oncology Professor at St George's Hospital Medical School added: "We had the situation where the lockdown was going on in China and yet there were international flights leaving Wuhan with many flights a day spreading it all over the world. It was an absolute disgrace."

Professor Dalgleish explained to Nigel he believed the WHO Director-General was being influenced by China after the election to be who should be head of the WHO.

"China were very annoyed when SARS 1 got out, they were really furious they had been criticised over the handling of it so they wanted to make sure that in the future they could control the leader so Tedros was put forward and China rallied to put him in place," he added.

Professor Dalgleish claimed "He (Tedros Ghebreyesus) really doesn't know what he is doing. He is not a doctor."