Taiwan published the email in which it notified the World Health Organization (WHO) on Dec. 31 of the case of seven patients with “atypical pneumonia” in Wuhan, China.

The WHO denied having received it and delayed reporting the seriousness of the appearance of the CCP Virus, so it is accused of complicity with the Chinese regime, causing the disaster that now envelops the world with hundreds of thousands of deaths and incalculable economic losses.

Also, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in Taiwan stated that the media had already asked the Chinese regime for explanations of these strange cases of infection.

“I would appreciate it very much if you have relevant information to share with us,” Taiwanese officials interested in protecting their citizens requested but were ignored by the WHO.

“This is the mail Taiwan CDC sent to the WHO on Dec.31, 2019. “Atypical Pneumonia” to China means SARS. Patients “treated in isolation” means the human-to-human transmission,” the Taiwan Foreign Ministry said of the message, in the tweet.

“WHO should focus on fighting COVID19, not scapegoating victims like Taiwan,” the agency added.

 

The WHO does not recognize the international legal existence of Taiwan because of the negative influence of the Chinese regime, which does not recognize the independence declared by the island nearly 70 years ago.

Taiwan did not wait for confirmation from the WHO but immediately proceeded to protect the health of its 24 million inhabitants with an excellent performance, given that in three months it only registered 393 infections and six deaths, according to Johns Hopkins University.

“We hope that through the test of this pandemic, the WHO can clearly recognize that epidemics have no national boundaries,” said Taiwan’s Health Minister Chen Shih-Chung, according to the BBC.

Taiwanese health authorities are already aware of the Chinese regime’s tendency to hide the facts, as happened in 2002 with the appearance of the SARS virus in China, so it implemented its strategy and is now dedicated to helping various countries around the world.

Taiwan’s President Tsai Ing-Wen announced that her country will spend $35 billion to fight the virus and will provide 10 million masks to countries affected by the pandemic, including Britain, the Philippines, and Belize.

The dispute between Taiwan and the Chinese communist regime exists because both states consider themselves entitled to unify the two territories under one flag, however, the economic power of the Chinese regime is increasingly cornering Taiwan.

Both the Chinese regime and the WHO have been blamed for the devastating impact caused by the CCP Virus on the world, for hiding its dangerousness, preventing countries from preparing for the pandemic.

President Donald Trump announced that he will suspend the U.S.’s funding of the WHO, because of the way it handled the pandemic.

The United States grants between $400 million and $500 million annually, about 20% of the WHO’s budget.

Several multimillion-dollar international lawsuits have been filed against the Chinese regime for the catastrophic consequences of the CCP Virus.