WHO appeals to China to release more COVID-19 information


              Travelers ride on the escalator as they arrive at the West Railway Station in Beijing, Sunday, Jan. 15, 2023. The World Health Organization has appealed to China to keep releasing information about its wave of COVID-19 infections after the government announced nearly 60,000 deaths since early December following weeks of complaints it was failing to tell the world what was happening. (AP Photo/Andy Wong)
            
              Travelers arrive at a departure hall to catch their trains at the West Railway Station in Beijing, Sunday, Jan. 15, 2023. The World Health Organization has appealed to China to keep releasing information about its wave of COVID-19 infections after the government announced nearly 60,000 deaths since early December following weeks of complaints it was failing to tell the world what was happening. (AP Photo/Andy Wong)
            
              Travelers ride on the escalator as they arrive at the West Railway Station in Beijing, Sunday, Jan. 15, 2023. The World Health Organization has appealed to China to keep releasing information about its wave of COVID-19 infections after the government announced nearly 60,000 deaths since early December following weeks of complaints it was failing to tell the world what was happening. (AP Photo/Andy Wong)
            
              A woman wearing a face mask rests on a bench as travelers prepare to catch their trains at the West Railway Station in Beijing, Sunday, Jan. 15, 2023. The World Health Organization has appealed to China to keep releasing information about its wave of COVID-19 infections after the government announced nearly 60,000 deaths since early December following weeks of complaints it was failing to tell the world what was happening. (AP Photo/Andy Wong)
            
              Travelers walk through a trains departure board at the West Railway Station in Beijing, Sunday, Jan. 15, 2023. The World Health Organization has appealed to China to keep releasing information about its wave of COVID-19 infections after the government announced nearly 60,000 deaths since early December following weeks of complaints it was failing to tell the world what was happening. (AP Photo/Andy Wong)
            
              Travelers wearing face mask gather at a departure hall as they prepare to catch their trains at the West Railway Station in Beijing, Sunday, Jan. 15, 2023. The World Health Organization has appealed to China to keep releasing information about its wave of COVID-19 infections after the government announced nearly 60,000 deaths since early December following weeks of complaints it was failing to tell the world what was happening. (AP Photo/Andy Wong)
            
              A woman and children wearing face masks walk by masked travelers wait at a departure hall to catch their trains at the West Railway Station in Beijing, Sunday, Jan. 15, 2023. The World Health Organization has appealed to China to keep releasing information about its wave of COVID-19 infections after the government announced nearly 60,000 deaths since early December following weeks of complaints it was failing to tell the world what was happening. (AP Photo/Andy Wong)
            
              Travelers prepare to catch their trains at the West Railway Station in Beijing, Sunday, Jan. 15, 2023. The World Health Organization has appealed to China to keep releasing information about its wave of COVID-19 infections after the government announced nearly 60,000 deaths since early December following weeks of complaints it was failing to tell the world what was happening. (AP Photo/Andy Wong)
WHO appeals to China to release more COVID-19 information