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Canada Deferred to WHO, Failing to Heed Military Intelligence on Pandemic Threat: Report

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Canada Deferred to WHO, Failing to Heed Military Intelligence on Pandemic Threat: Report

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Canadian federal health officials did not cite early warnings about the threat of COVID-19 gathered from military intelligence, while appearing to rely almost exclusively on assessments from the World Health Organization (WHO), according to a CBC report.  The warnings, which were sent to health officials beginning in early January 2020, were based on data gathered by a specialized unit of the Canadian military that exchanges classified medical intelligence with the United States and other close allies.  The formal exchange was designed, in part, for allies to alert each other of “strategic surprise,” such as pandemics and deliberate biological attacks, according to the report, and the threat assessment for the COVID-19 outbreak in China was based on classified allied intelligence weeks ahead of other open sources. Data coming from U.S. military sources provided to the network was producing “comprehensive assessments of the trajectory of the virus” as early as February 2020, …

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