World Health Organization (WHO) representative in China Dr. Gauden Galea, reported that the Chinese Communist Party has rejected collaboration with the WHO into the origins of the CCP Virus, which now plagues the world.

“WHO is making requests of the health commission and of the authorities. … The origins of the virus are very important, the animal-human interface is extremely important and needs to be studied,” Galea said of the efforts that have been ignored by the Chinese regime, according to Sky News.

“We know that some national investigation is happening but at this stage, we have not been invited to join,” reiterated Galea, for whom these studies are key.

“The priority is we need to know as much as possible to prevent the reoccurrence,” said Galea, who finds no justification for the CCP’s refusals.

Galea also reported that the WHO has not had access to the two laboratories in Wuhan investigating the CCP Virus, the Wuhan Virology Institute, and the Wuhan Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

Based on available information, WHO officials are convinced that the pathogen originated in Wuhan, and suspicions are growing that something serious might be hidden in Wuhan’s laboratories.

Likewise, President Donald Trump implied that he had evidence confirming that the CCP Virus had originated there and that the WHO had acted badly in the face of the disease outbreak.

“And, I think that the World Health Organization (WHO) should be ashamed of themselves because they’re like the public relations agency for China,” Trump rebuked, according to Fox News.

Meanwhile, acting Director of the U.S. National Intelligence (DNI) agencies Richard Grenell, said his agency is also dealing with the issue.

“The IC [Intelligence Community] will continue to rigorously examine emerging information and intelligence to determine whether the outbreak began through contact with infected animals or if it was the result of an accident at a laboratory in Wuhan,” Grenell said via his agency’s website.

Australia insists that there should be an independent investigation into the origins of the strain of the CCP Virus that is now causing hundreds of thousands of deaths around the world, as well as a severe economic downturn. The European Union is expected to support this motion.

Discontent with the CCP is growing every day, expressed by governments and institutions in several countries, as well as many of the people who have lost their loved ones and whose economic situation has deteriorated because of the CCP Virus.