Is China afraid?

The Advertiser - - LETTERS -

IN­STEAD of wel­com­ing an in­quiry into the out­break of COVID-19, once again, and pre­dictably, China ob­jects.

The ben­e­fits of any in­quiry would go be­yond ap­por­tion­ing blame or neg­li­gence, by pro­vid­ing use­ful sci­en­tific in­for­ma­tion to as­sist in the pre­ven­tion of fu­ture vi­ral out­breaks.

Come on China, of what are you afraid? Your re­luc­tance and child­ish, un­states­man­like, ven­omous re­sponse shows per­haps you may be con­ceal­ing some­thing.

ELDERT HOEBEE,

Torrens Park regimes to be com­pas­sion­ate world cit­i­zens and par­tic­i­pate as team play­ers.

If an en­quiry de­ter­mines the source of the virus, that coun­try should be ac­count­able and com­pen­sate us.

This mat­ter tran­scends pol­i­tics – after all, it is all our lives and fu­ture above all else.

LES A. ELEKES, Belle­vue Heights has stated that this is not only not an ef­fec­tive treat­ment for COVID-19, but can be lethal when used in­cor­rectly. The only per­son pro­mot­ing this treat­ment is the US Pres­i­dent. ROBYN KOSMIDER,

Be­lair

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